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    Warner Brothers Studio Store T-Shirt Design Art Group of 5 (Warner Brothers, c. 1990s). Nice set of highly detailed drawings of Looney Tunes character designs for T-shirts. The first shows an unusual pocket-T design, with an upside-down chest pocket; Marvin the Martian and Daffy Duck (as Duck Dodgers) are featured, with figures measuring 3.5" and 3.25". The second shirt design features Marc Anthony the bulldog with the kitten Pussyfoot; figure sizes are 4" and 1.25". Next is Pepé LePew and Penelope Pussycat; figure sizes are 3.25" and 1.5". Fourth design has Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf, with a second image of Ralph "stuffed" in the pocket; combined size of Sam and Ralph is 4.5" x 3.25". The fifth drawing appears to be a thermos or bottle design featuring Tweety taking a shower with that naughty ol' "putty tat" Sylvester looking on; combined image size (excluding bubbles) is 4" x 7.5". Art is in graphite over blue pencil on 8.5" x 11" paper. Each drawing is signed by longtime animation artist Dan Haskett. Fine condition with slight handling wear.

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