Images from books old and new, and occasionally music, ephemera, and a few found objects, which offer glimpses into the obscure worlds of imagination and the past. All items are from a personal collection in Portland, Ore., USA.
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One of the best background and layout artists in the animation business was Maurice Noble, who was especially noted for his work at Warner Bros. in the ’50s. These are four of his concept paintings for Chuck Jones’s “Boyhood Daze” (1957).