The Hanna-Barbera Tribute Art Show

While Looney Toons may have had the (arguably) greater cultural impact, Hanna-Barbera’s after-school and Saturday morning cartoons were the animated cels of childhood: mad-cap escapades of giant talking animals, spaceships, and teenage crime-busting, all consistently told through the iconic cartoon trope of running from one side of the screen to the other and back again. Van Eaton Galleries tribute to Hanna-Barbera is showing through April 20th, 2013 in Sherman Oaks, California with art available for purchase. Hit each picture to see title and artist credit.

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    Woah so awesome. Even has herculoids.
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    The Hanna-Barbera Tribute Art Show While Looney Toons may have had the (arguably) greater cultural impact,...
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