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September 30th, 2008 at 10:21 pm

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Bugs Bunny never looked better

Here are some stills from an exhibition at the natural history museum in Basel, Switzerland. It imagines what the bone structure of some cartoon characters may look like. (Pics)

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Felix

The show is called Animatus. South Korean artist Hyungkoo Lee uses the techniques of paleontologists to create the skeletons of familiar comic figures such.

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

  Bugs Bunny

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Felix

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

  Felix

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

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  Bugs Bunny

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

  Bugs Bunny

The sculptures are constructed of resin, aluminum sticks, stainless steel wires, springs, brass bean and oil paint. They’re on wooden pedestals.

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Donald Duck

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Donald Duck

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Huey, Dewey & Louie

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Mickey Mouse

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Roadrunner

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Roadrunner

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Wil E. Coyote

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Studio 1

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Studio 2

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Tom

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Tom & Jerry

 

 

Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

 Linus

 

 

 

Via Michael Sporn

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