Cartoons’ anatomy

Animation was the format of choice for children’s television in the 1960s, a decade in which children’s programming became almost entirely animated.

These Icons are usually grotesquely distorted from the human form from which they derive.

Michael Paulus decided to dissect them like science does to all living objects – trying to come to an understanding as to their origins and true physiological make up.
Possibly to better understand them and see them in a new light for what they are in the most basic of terms.

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7 Responses to “Cartoons’ anatomy”
  1. chase says:

    whoa, this is crazy looking!

  2. jason says:

    good stuff

  3. J. Semo says:

    Great!

    Well done!

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