Scooby Doo, Where Are You? - Ron Campbell
This limited edition estate stamped lifetime art-print is called:- “Scooby Doo, Where are You?” Which is the full title of the original show.
Ron Campbell describes this piece of art, "In early 1968, while animating on the “Yellow Submarine” feature film, I was also storyboarding episodes of the first season of Scooby Doo. Later in the mid seventies, my studio produced the animation for some episodes.
This piece is like an animator’s model sheet, a line-up of the main characters of the show. The original designs for the show were done by the brilliant artist Iwoa Takamoto, Hanna Barbera’s primary character designer.
You’ll notice I included the Mystery Machine and tried here to suggest the creepy side of the show, haunted mansion, full moon, bats in the belfry--- and of course the necessary bad guy to round out the beloved scary bits that everybody now remembers with a smile."
Limited edition fine art giclee. estate stamped with Ron Campbell signature printed on the piece. limited to 195 copies. Approximate size 16" x 21"
What is a "lifetime print?" Ron Campbell signed and painted his signature on his limited-edition artwork in small quantities as they were sold. Because of this, after he passed away, some of his limited editions never reached the edition total. As the signed editions are sold out, the Ron Campbell estate is completing the remaining editions with a special “lifetime print” continuing the numbering from the point that the last signed edition was sold. These “lifetime prints” have Ron Campbell’s painted signature printed directly onto the giclees with a special lifetime print embossed mark on the front of the artwork. These will be available in limited quantities until the editions are sold out. All artwork is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.