January 28, 2014

38 looney pics of 'The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons' at Orange County Regional History Center

The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons is now open at the Orange County Regional History Center. The show features more than 160 drawings, paintings, animation cels and related art objects from the legendary Hollywood animation studios are on display, and you'll see plenty of familiar faces – Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Wile E. Coyote – as well as some rarities. The show will be on display until March 23.

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Jan. 25 - Mar. 23, 2014
Photos by Seth Kubersky
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38 looney pics of 'The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons' at Orange County Regional History Center
Seth Kubersky
38 looney pics of 'The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons' at Orange County Regional History Center
Seth Kubersky
38 looney pics of 'The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons' at Orange County Regional History Center
Seth Kubersky
38 looney pics of 'The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons' at Orange County Regional History Center
Seth Kubersky
38 looney pics of 'The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons' at Orange County Regional History Center
Seth Kubersky
38 looney pics of 'The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons' at Orange County Regional History Center
Seth Kubersky
38 looney pics of 'The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons' at Orange County Regional History Center
Seth Kubersky
38 looney pics of 'The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons' at Orange County Regional History Center
Seth Kubersky
38 looney pics of 'The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons' at Orange County Regional History Center
Seth Kubersky
38 looney pics of 'The Art of Warner Bros. Cartoons' at Orange County Regional History Center
Seth Kubersky