What happened at the ASIFA-East Auction???

Posted by on Jan 17, 2012 in ASIFA Events, Industry Events | No Comments
What happened at the ASIFA-East Auction???

Tristian Goik brings us this fantastic infographic! Enjoy!  

ASIFA-East Animation Art Auction Teaser! Original Little Mermaid Drawing by her original Character Designer, Dan Haskett!

ASIFA-East Animation Art Auction Teaser! Original Little Mermaid Drawing by her original Character Designer, Dan Haskett!

(Linda Beck) Little Mermaid Original Pencil Drawing by original Ariel Character Designer Dan Haskett You may have heard of some other films and tv shows Dan had a little something to do with: The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Toy Story, The Simpsons, Sesame Street, The Prince of Egypt, Mulan, and Animaniacs!  You can […]

ASIFA-East Animation Art Auction Teaser! Original Sesame Street Art!

ASIFA-East Animation Art Auction Teaser! Original Sesame Street Art!

(Linda Beck) Production proofs for some of the Sesame Street books that went to print in Japan on the Sesame English project.

ASIFA-East Animation Art Auction Teaser! Raggedy Ann and Andy Feature Production Announcement!

ASIFA-East Animation Art Auction Teaser! Raggedy Ann and Andy Feature Production Announcement!

(Linda Beck) Announcement for “Raggedy Ann and Andy” feature production, circa 1976. Graphite on bond paper.  Artist unknown.

ASIFA-East Animation Art Auction Teaser! Fran Krause Nosy Bear Production Art and original paintings!

ASIFA-East Animation Art Auction Teaser! Fran Krause Nosy Bear Production Art and original paintings!

(Linda Beck) Production Art from Fran Krause‘s Award-Winning Animatied Short, Nosy Bear. Original Fran Krause Painting 1: Original Fran Krause Painting 2: Fran even classes up his items by providing frames! Auction Note:  These items will each be auctioned separately.

ASIFA-East Animation Art Auction Teaser! Elliot Cowan BOOK OF YES!

ASIFA-East Animation Art Auction Teaser! Elliot Cowan BOOK OF YES!

(Linda Beck) An entire book, filled with yesses and Elliot Cowan drawings.  Splendid!