Bugs and Bull (Grape Edition) NFT

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“Bugs and Bull” represents the culmination of 70 years of fine art-making.

This is the limited edition “lime” colorway variant digital twin (1 of 10) of the original oil painting created by Chuck Jones circa 1995.

This scene is a tribute to Jones’ 1953 film, “Bully for Bugs”, identified as one of the most famous short films ever created and Jones’ personal selection to lead off every film festival he hosted, a tradition carried on by the Jones family to this day.


Chuck Jones was one of the creators of the Looney Tunes characters during the Golden Age of Animation. As a four-time Academy Award recipient, Jones is the most collected animation artist in history.

Officially licensed original artwork from the Chuck Jones Estate as part of The CORRIDAR XR Collection.

Looney Tunes (c) & TM Warner Bros.

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UWCF Colors

Brown, Grey, Yellow

UWCF Sizes

Medium: e.g. 20 x 24"+

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