Animated Adventures (12 pieces)


Talented animator, designer, director and producer Lynne Naylor works in the "pop surrealism" scene. Her award-winning illustrations have been featured in successful animated TV and film projects, such as The Ren and Stimpy Show, Powerpuff Girls and Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. Naylor also completed conceptual designs for DreamWorks and Sony Pictures Animation. She is currently the Art Director for Cartoon Network's popular animated show Chowder.

Naylor's illustrations have a unique edge to them. They are girly with a hint of sass. Her use of bold, vibrant colors and crisp lines catch the eye. Each drawing captures a moment from an unfolding adventure; one that you don't want to miss.












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