ABOUT THE IMAGE: You know you’ve arrived when gossip columnist, Lola Beverly, interviews you about how you rose from meager Brooklyn beginnings to a virtual super star of animation. But then, Bugs Bunny, seen here in the 1947 short, A Hare Grows In Manhattan, is well aware of his powerful personality. After all, you have to really be someone to own in a Hollywood hilltop estate, but still live in a hole.
ABOUT THE MEDIUM: Hollywood Bugs was drawn from the original animation by noted animation director, Darrell Van Citters, and inked by Laurie Dindis, before silk-screened onto acetate with the Clampett Seal of Authenticity. Each cel was hand painted. The background was painted by Hector Martinez.