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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Bid on an original Stan Lee storyboard at AAF-Orlando auction

Posted By on Wed, Aug 24, 2016 at 8:40 AM

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On Thursday night, the Orlando chapter of the American Federation of Advertising is having an art auction hosted by Say It Loud!, the ad agency that calls the Orange Studio on Mills home.

It's AAF-Orlando's third annual art auction, and items up for bidding include original comic art, vintage theme park concept art, original storyboards from Steven Spielberg's seaQuest DSV sci-fi television show, an original Spiderman storyboard signed by Stan Lee and artworks donated by local artists. Proceeds benefit the Orlando chapter of AAF, with 20 percent of the proceeds going to the Downtown Arts District. 
click to enlarge EPCOT CONCEPT ART, IMAGE VIA AAF-ORLANDO ON FACEBOOK
  • EPCOT concept art, image via AAF-Orlando on Facebook

click to enlarge DONATED ART WORK FOR AUCTION, IMAGE VIA AAF-ORLANDO ON FACEBOOK
  • donated art work for auction, image via AAF-Orlando on Facebook

AAF-Orlando Art Auction
6-9 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25  
Say It Loud! at the Orange Studio
1121 N. Mills. Ave.



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