An Original Piece of Garfield and Friends Artwork Has Been Solved at the Auction

An Original Piece of Garfield and Friends Artwork Has Been Solved at the Auction

From September 1988 to December 1994, Jim Davis'' iconic comic strip was then adapted as an animated series. The eponymous Garfield, along with the dog Odie, and the owner Jon Arbuckle, have remained in pop culture as instantly identifiable faces, which often warm memories and nostalgia. Today, Heritage Auctions features a production cel from the animated series that sees Garfield eating from a bowl of what looks like peas. We both know this cat. That''s not veggies.

Following the clip, you may see the full scope of the production cel.

Read on to see the listing.

Garfield and Friends: Garfield with Cat Food Production Cel (Film Roman, 1988).

Garfield and Friends Quickie is disgusted to see that Jon has given him dry cat food. This quickie was released alongside Season 1, Episode 13, and Garfield and Friends. This original, hand-painted 12-feld production cel shows Garfield as he prepares to throw his undesirable dinner on the floor. The image of the cat and his bowl measures about 6 x 3" and is in excellent condition, with some handling and edge wear.

Fans of the iconic lasagna-loving cat may now go to Heritage Auctions to bid on this original piece from the lucky thirteenth episode. Best of luck to everyone who took their claim for this fun piece.

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