The Looney Tunes become a mural on a Williamsburg court

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31 July 2019

Warner Bros. and Get Animated collaborated with street artists Evan Rossel and Dee to create a mural on a basketball court dedicated to the Looney Tunes.

Space Jam 2 is scheduled for release in cinemas on July 16, 2021. The sequel of the movie in which Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes paly against the dreaded Monstars will feature no less than LeBron James, alongside NBA stars Klay Thompson and Anthony Davis and Sonequa Martin-Green and Don Cheadle. 

It’s still a long way off, but Warner Bros., in collaboration with Get Animated, have thought of a way out of the ordinary – and that certainly does not go unnoticed – to get some ‘publicity. 

With the help of Californian street artist Evan Rossel, better known as Stink, and Dee, WB and Get Animated created a mural on the entire surface of a basketball court in Williamsburg. It’s not the first time we’ve seen such a work, I don’t know if you remember Balance by AkaCorleone, but this time it’s mainly the subject chosen that’s surprising. 

Since the mural was made for Space Jam 2 could not help but represent the full Tune Squad. Of the giant Bugs Bunny, Duffy Duck, Tweety, Sylvester Cat and the devil of Tasmania trying to go to the basket. 

“Can anyone lend me a pair of sneakers?”

Looney Tunes | Collater.al
Looney Tunes | Collater.al
Looney Tunes | Collater.al
Looney Tunes | Collater.al
Looney Tunes | Collater.al

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