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Shocking Exposé: Identity of Red Dot Auction Artists Revealed!

Okay, so maybe that headline is a little over-dramatic, but the truth is we are thrilled to reveal who painted what for the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity's spring fund-raiser, The Red Dot Auction.  The results are in and we're happy to report that the fund-raiser was a smashing success, in no small part due to the contribution of original art from these amazing artists.  A round of applause, please!

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Success Tips from Chuck Jones (as reported in Business Management Daily)

Writing for Investment Business Daily and excerpted in Business Management Daily, writer Curt Schleier distills some of the points that Chuck Jones makes about his successful career:

"Even as a little kid, cartoon creator and producer Chuck Jones grabbed opportunities.

Jones credits his career to his father’s string of business failures. Every time the old man launched a business, he’d print nice stationery and buy promotional pencils. Using those cast-off tools, Jones drew and drew.

Eventually, he went on to create Daffy Duck, Road Runner, Pepe Le Pew and Wile E. Coyote. He also breathed new life into Bugs Bunny.

Some secrets to his success:

He perceived each character individually. It started with the family cat, Johnson, whose favorite food was grapefruit and who enjoyed swimming in the Pacific Ocean.

Johnson was “different than other cats. … That laid the groundwork, so when I got to doing Daffy Duck or Bugs Bunny or Coyote, [I understood] that’s it’s not all coyotes, that it’s the particular coyote. Wile E. Coyote, genius. That’s what he calls himself. He’s different.”

To read the entire article in Business Management Daily, click on this sentence!  

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