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Which artist designs cartoon posters with hundreds of characters?

Asked by Rheto_Ric (1177points) June 13th, 2011

My dentist used to have posters on the wall that were basically hundreds of cartoon characters in a situation, like the Olympics. I can’t for the life of me find these posters anywhere.

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Lightlyseared's avatar

Richard Scarry?

Rheto_Ric's avatar

I’m afraid not. They were a little more adult in nature. Nothing too raunchy, just a bit of comic nudity here and there. The poster I remember best was a running track with a myriad of events happening all at once. There was also a winter olympic one. Cartoon style was quite balloonish – big noses, big hands.

rpm_pseud0name's avatar

The artist is Jan Van Haasteren. His artwork is typically printed for use on jigsaw puzzles. Here is a print of the Track and Field/Olympics you are talking about.

fundevogel's avatar

Scott C. does that sort of thing occasionally. But your dentist would have to be awfully cool to have some of his art hanging up.

Sunny2's avatar

@rpm_pseud0name I love Van Haasteren’s puzzles. Interesting to know his creations may also be in poster form.
@Rheto_Ric Are any of the suggestions what you were looking for?

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