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Old Fan Art Search


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Aug 29, 2002
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Hopefully some of the older members here can help me out. I remember a few years ago someone posted a huge (or rather, really long) artwork of The Muppets/Sesame/Fraggle characters at a huge thanksgiving table eating dinner. I was trying to track it down, but can't find it anywhere. Anybody have any leads on where I can find this?

The Count

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Jul 12, 2002
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Yes... You're talking about perhaps the best-known and fondest remembered art piece from Vic Romano's Weekly Muppet Visuals art series. A lot of the character/member-specific avatars of us older members came from that artpiece, mine is probably that one itself since I haven't changed it since Phil helped me with that task.

Not sure if they're still available at this time, but you could ask Vic himself if he has any prints of that piece left to sell. Hope this helps.