|Warner Brothers Production Art!
|We have a large selection of Looney Tunes original animation production cels and drawings.
Ask us about your favorite Warner Brother characters!
|WB2030 Yosemine Sam peeks through the grass in this original cel from
"Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island" 1983. Please call for price and availability.
|WB2001 Daffy production cel is from "Bugs Bunny in King Arthur's Court."
1978. Hand signed by Chuck Jones! Please call for price and availability.
|First Animation Art
|First Quality Art from the Animated Film!
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|Looney Tunes Limited Edition Cels!
|Who is your favorite Looney Tunes character? Maybe we can find it for you?
Please call for availability and details to be sure your selection has not been sold.
|FRIZ FRELENG Circus is one of his most famous limited
edition cels. Hand inked and hand signed. Friz also created art
featuring Yosemite Sam, Tweety & Sylvestor, and many other
Looney Tunes cartoon characters.
Ask us about other Friz Freleng limited edition art!
|CHUCK JONES. Bugs Bunny and Marvin Martian is just the
start of Jones' talent! Look to this cartoon genius for Daffy Duck,
Elmer Fudd, Witch Hazel and Wile E Coyote& Roadrunner from
classic 1950s-1960s Looney Tunes cartoon scenes
Ask us about art featuring your favorite Looney Tunes characters!
|THE CHUCK JONES CLASSICS
While most people associate Animation Director Chuck Jones with
the classic Warner characters like Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck,
Chuck was also involved in other animated films we call the the
Chuck Jones Classics.
Chuck Jones worked with the Dr. Seuss team in the 1960s to
create "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas" and "Horton Hears A
Who" In the 1970's Jones created beautiful adaptations of
Rudyard Kipling stories : Mowgli's Bothers", Riki Tikki Tavi" and
"The White Seal"..
Director Jones brought to life a trio of children's books celebrating
a Cricket living in New York City with humorous animation films. His
animated film "Phantom of the Toll Booth" is also a real treat!
Adding Chuck Jones' Academy Award Winning "The Dot and the
Line"-- his creative life beyond the Warner Studio encompasses
some of his finest work.
|Looney Tunes Limited Edition Sericels!
|Warner Brothers sericels include all your favorite Looney Tune stars!! This is just a sample of what is
available. Limited edition sericels are a silk screened image on a clear plastic cel. A very affordable way to
add the beauty of cel art to your walls! Call us to find and collect your favorite Looney Tunes characters.
|FEELING A BIT UNDER PAR This is a fine art silk screened sericel from Warner Brothers. Call for price and availability.
|BARNYARD BULLY This is a fine art silk screened sericel from Warner Brothers. Edition 2500. Call for price and availability.
|DUCK DODGERS TITLE This is a silk screened sericel Call for price and availability.
|LE SKI JUMP This is a fine art silk screened sericel . Call for price and availability.
|MICHIGAN J.FROG I This is a silk screened sericel Call for price and availability.
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Classics Film Art.
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|The Art of Warner Brothers Studios spans more than 70 years
of American Life. From the theatrical Looney Tunes of the
1930's-1960s created at "Termite Terrace" on the Warner
Brothers lot to the recent films of Warner Television, this art
appeals to all ages. Check out this varied collection of WB art!
Click on the boxes on the left or the menu buttons below to
view this wonderful collection.
There's something great here for all ages!
| The Art of Bob Clampett
Robert "Bob" Clampett was an American animator, producer, director, and puppeteer best known for his work
on the Looney Tunes animated series from Warner Bros. plus the television shows "Time for Beany" and
"Beany and Cecil". Early in his life Bob Clampett joined the team at Harman-Ising Productions and began
working on the studio's Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies. By 1937 Clampett was promoted to a directorial
position at the Warner Brothers Animation unit. During his fifteen years at the studio Bob directed 84 cartoons
later deemed classic. Clampett designed some of the studio's most famous characters, including Porky Pig and
Tweety. Clampett left Warner Bros. Cartoons in 1946 to work in TV. Click Here for Bob Clampett Art!
|Warner Brothers Animation Art!
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