Fantasia 2000, Yoyo No No, Disney Animation Art Gallery

Fantasia 2000: Yoyo No No

Fantasia 2000: Yoyo No No Fantasia 2000 continues the vision of Walt Disney’s Fantasia released in 1940. Disney imagined a film that would evolve over time with new segments replacing old, and new technologies making never-before-seen animation magic. This segment, ‘Carnival Of The Animals’, was inspired by the original ‘Dance Of The Hours’ and developed …

Willardson Disney Art Gallery, Number 13, Donald Duck, David Willardson

Number 13 - by David Willardson

David Willardson is among the most renowned airbrush artists in America. He has created artwork featuring Disney characters for more than fifteen years including limited edition plates and works on paper. A small sample of the movie posters he created for Disney include Bambi, Cinderella, Snow White, Little Mermaid, Aladdin and Lion King.

Scooby Doo – Relp, Green Ghost!

Scooby Doo - Relp, Green Ghost!

The Green Ghost has Mystery Inc. on the run, with Scooby-Doo leading the way. “Relp…It’s The Green Ghost” suggests a classic action moment when all five main characters run in panic from the onset of the phantom green ghost. The Green Ghost image is taken from “A Night of Fright is No Delight,” produced on …

Bugs & Daffy: Duck Amuck

Bugs & Daffy: Duck Amuck

“Hey, psst, whoever’s in charge here, the scenery, where’s the scenery?” Daffy is animated as a flower- headed quadruped in this classic 1953 animation moment from ‘Duck Amuck, directed by Chuck Jones. Throughout the film, Daffy is challenged by the animator to act in scenes he creates on the fly including a guitar with machine …

Animation Art Cel, Knighty Knight Bugs, Friz Freleng, Warner Bros

Knighty Knight Bugs

Knighty Knight Bugs Recreating the classic gag from ‘Knighty Knight Bugs’, the 1958 Academy Award-winning cartoon directed by Friz Freleng, Bugs bids The Black Knight a “farewell to thee”. After taking possession of the Singing Sword….and just before the fire-breathing dragon ignites the powder and sends the turret off like a rocket…the sword starts singing …

Hanna-Barbera: The Jetsons Animation Art

Hanna-Barbera: The Jetsons Animation Art

That Means I Love You In 1962, young animator Jerry Eisenberg assisted legendary cartoonist Bobe “Bobe” Cannon in laying out what was to be one of the most famous of all moments in the history of “The Jetsons” – George singing along with Jet Screamer in the pop classic “Eep-Opp-Ork-Ah-Ah (That Means I Love You)”.

Bugs Bunny In Cosi Fan Tutte By Chuck Jones

Cosi Fan Tutte By Chuck Jones

Cosi Fan Tutte By Chuck Jones In 1997 Chuck was asked to create illustrations for the four operas being performed that season by Opera Pacific using the Warner Bros. characters. From his drawings, limited edition cels were created of scenes from “The Mikado” starring Tweety Bird & Sylvester; “La Boheme” with Bugs Bunny, Honey Bunny …

Animation Art Gallery, Peter Ellenshaw, Winnie The Pooh,Rescuing Piglet, Disney

The Art Of Peter Ellenshaw: Rescuing Piglet

The Art Of Peter Ellenshaw: Rescuing Piglet Peter Ellenshaw contributed his movie-making artistry to the films of Walt Disney for over 30 years. As a master of matte painting, you have seen his artistry in ‘Treasure Island’, ‘20,000 Leagues Under The Sea’, ‘Mary Poppins’ and ‘Bedknobs and Broomsticks’. Ellenshaw won an Academy Award for his …

Society’s Leader

Society's Leader

This limited edition lithograph features Linus the pensive philosopher, commenting to a bewildered Snoopy. Signed by Charles Schulz,