The Illusion of life by Cento Lodigiani, great illustration inspired by the 12 basic principles of animation developed by the 'old men' of Walt Disney Studios, amongst them Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, during the 1930s. Also see animated gifs here
Just watching Tron and it got me all computery...
These posters, lobby cards & trailer make the 1979 Disney film 'The Black Hole' look a-m-a-z-i-n-g! (Ok, the film was less impressive, but it had all the visual good stuff in there)...
Haunted House, Koko the Clown, 1928
La Danza Macabra The Skeleton Dance, Walt Disney, 1929
Betty Boop Halloween Party, 1933 (Banned Cartoons)
Scrappy's Ghost Story, 1935
The Evil Snowman, 1940
"Edit of a genuine PD cartoon from 1940, The Snow Man - guaranteed to scare the pants off you and make small children cry. It's hard to believe this cartoon was ever shown to little kids!"
Blown away by the body of work of Mary Blair - she was responsible for the Art Direction of numerous classic Disney films such as Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan as well as producing fantastic illustrations for many children's books of yesteryear.
Assorted Illustrations from Mary Blair's 'Baby's house', 'Little Verses' and 'Golden Song Book' and other works
Main source: http://www.animationarchive.org/bio/2005/12/blair-mary.html
"An imaginative color stylist and designer, Mary Blair helped introduce modern art to Walt Disney and his Studio, and for nearly 30 years, he touted her inspirational work for his films and theme parks alike. Animator Marc Davis, who put Mary's exciting use of color on a par with Matisse, recalled, "She brought modern art to Walt in a way that no one else did. He was so excited about her work." Source: http://legends.disney.go.com/legends/detail?key=Mary+Blair
Highly optimistic 1950's and 60's views of future transportation systems...narrated by Marvin Miller and directed by animator Ward Kimball.
It didn't quite work out like that...yet.