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DescriptionLilo and Stitch Stitch and Nani Concept/Story Art (Walt Disney, 2002). "It keeps staring at me like it's going to eat me." Nani laments about Lilo's new pet "dog" over the phone before she is startled by this sight, seen at the 39:21 mark of the 2002 Disney animated feature film Lilo and Stitch. This is a beautiful hand-painted original concept/story painting of the alien fugitive Stitch and Lilo's older sister and guardian Nani. Rendered gorgeously in gouache by the hand of background/concept artist Chris Greco, this rare piece of production art from the otherwise all-digital film is an exceptional find. Black tape frames the 11" x 6.25" illustration board, and there is a protective sheet of acetate taped to the front. The piece shows very little handling and edge wear, and the condition is Very Good.
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