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“Kitty Eyes” Puss in Boots, rendered screenshot - gicleé on canvas, edition 195.
“Gingy, the Gingerbread Man" by David Bird, three dimensional sculpture, wood and stained glass on cookie sheet, edition 25.
“Po - Golden Sun" by Niki Ling, original oil painting.
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DREAMWORKS ANIMATION SKG FINE ART

The characters featured in the globally popular DreamWorks Animation SKG films, as interpreted by the Sanders Art Studio, make their way into the collectible art market in September 2010. Your favorite CGI characters from DreamWorks' Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon, Bee Movie, Madagascar and Monsters vs. Aliens have either been translated into original one-of-a-kind paintings or can be purchased as rendered screen shots, artist-interpreted limited edition collectible prints or sculptures. For more information about these gicleé prints, original oils, and other limited edition art sold through DreamWorks Animation SKG Fine Art, please check this link:
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows
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Harry Potter Publishing Rights © J.K.R.

 

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CLAMPETT STUDIO COLLECTIONS

Created with pastels deeply dusted upon textured paper, charcoal and pastel artist Mary GrandPré uses saturated colors and stylized shapes to evoke the folkloric world of Hogwarts for every American printing of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potters books. In addition to the pastel book cover and charcoal interior art created for the novels, GrandPré has also been commissioned by Warner Bros. Consumer Products to create elaborate and large Style Guide art. Gicleé on paper prints signed by GrandPré are now available from the Clampett Studio Collections. For more information about these Gicleé prints and other art sold through the Clampett Studio Collections, please check this link:
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SOPWITH, THE ANIMATION ART OF BILL MELENDEZ

In 1965, Bill Melendez hit the equivalent of an animation home run with A Charlie Brown Christmas, the first prime-time animated TV special based upon the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz. Having worked at Disney, Warner Bros. and UPA before opening his own studio, Melendez's sensitive style made him the perfect artist to take Schulz's introverted, somber comic strip and adapt it to the new medium of Television. The success of A Charlie Brown Christmas was immediate and had long lasting resonance. Melendez's Studio went on to create a string of successful animated Peanuts Television specials and theatrical feature films which include the equally legendary It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) and A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1969). For more information about Bill Melendez and the art from the Peanuts TV specials, please check this link:
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STATE OF THE ANIMATION ART MARKET
By Ron Barbagallo - 2003 /2001/2000/1999/1997/1996

A series of articles documenting the history of the Animation Art Market.
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