What The Skeletons Of Childhood Cartoons Would Look Like #SaturdayMorningCartoons
Artist Hyungkoo Lee created skeletons of popular cartoon characters such as Goofy, Tweety Bird And More
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Today we’re revisiting some old friends, ruining your childhood memories and scaring the hell out of any children looking forward to some Looney Tunes.
Korean Artist Hyungkoo Lee’s 2008 ‘Animatus’ exhibition in Switzerland showed how Bugs Bunny, Road Runner and Coyote, Huey Dewey and Louie, Goofy, Mickey, Tweety, Tom and Jerry all would look like in skeletal form, to a degree.
The art pieces are pretty epic looking, but also incredibly unnerving at first. Enjoy…
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