Monday, April 11, 2011

Woody Woodpecker and Willem de Kooning

Found in the front pages of the New Yorker is an article about how one of today's animation artists, Tom Klien, discovered that there were hidden de Kooning paintings and references shown in the infamous cartoon Woody Woodpecker. This discovery shows how much influence and inspiration continues through morphing art forms and mediums, even without notice. Here's the link to the video reference.

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