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Harry Potter: Harry’s Trial Giclee on Paper by Stuart Craig

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This Harry Potter: Harry's Trial giclee on paper by Stuart Craig was created by the production designer and his team while making the film series. This piece is numbered and signed by the artist.

About Stuart Craig:

Norman Stuart Craig OBE (born April 14, 1942) is a noted British production designer. He has also designed the sets, together with his frequent collaborator set decorator Stephanie McMillan, on all of the Harry Potter film series films to date. At Potter author J. K. Rowling's request, he is working with Universal Creative team to design the new Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal's Islands of Adventure theme park. Rowling said in a December 2007 interview on the Potter podcast PotterCast, "The key thing for me was that, if there was to be a theme park, that Stuart Craig … would be involved. … More than involved, that he would pretty much design it. Because I love the look of the films; they really mirror what’s been in my imagination for all these years". He has been nominated for an Academy Award nine times, and has won three times: in 1982 for Gandhi, in 1988 for Dangerous Liaisons, and in 1996 for The English Patient. He has been nominated for a BAFTA award twelve times, including for first six Potter films, and has won twice: in 1980 for The Elephant Man and in 2005 for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Stuart Craig has been nominated for a BAFTA Award for consecutive six films in a row, viz. for consecutive first six Harry Potter films. For his work on The English Patient, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Harry Potter and Order of the Phoenix,Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, Craig was nominated for an Art Directors Guild award. The Guild has also honored Craig with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the awards ceremony on 16 February 2008.