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    Disneyland 50th Anniversary Print Ad Concept Art by Carson Van Osten Group (Walt Kelly, 2005). Disney Legend Carson Van Osten's personal file folder of art for a series of Leo Burnett Ad Agency print ads includes some wonderful drawings of Snow White and characters from Aladdin. There are fifteen pages of original art, all on onionskin paper measuring 9" x 12". Of these, four pages feature Snow White in graphite (one with red pencil); seven feature Aladdin characters, with one in graphite, one on graphite and blue pencil, and the other five in blue and red pencil, most depicting Aladdin and Jasmine. There is also one small sketch of Stitch from Lilo and Stitch. The remaining three drawings are for a print ad features pawprints. Also included in the folder are five working photocopies. Very Good to Fine condition. From the Carson Van Osten Archives.

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