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DescriptionRen and Stimpy Season One Title Card Illustration Original Art (Spümcø, 1991). "Happy Happy Joy Joy!" Twisted cartoon series Ren And Stimpy premiered on 8/11/91. It was part of the three original NickToons on Nickelodeon, along with Rugrats and Doug. This is the original title card artwork of Ren and Stimpy bursting through the scene, as seen in the beginning of every Season One cartoon. The artwork, created by Spümcø co-founder Bob Camp, was hand-painted in gouache on heavy paper; it was carefully trimmed to image, to be mounted to the logo art for use on the show. The image area measures approximately 8.25" x 6.5". A great piece of 1990s animation history, and a true holy grail to dedicated Ren and Stimpy fans and collectors. Fine condition.
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