Still to this day, and perhaps even more so, this art genre remains as popular as ever. It is art that continues to animate, excite and captivate the imagination of all ages and all walks of life. Many privileged folks are introduced to cartoon art at a very young age. Excited moms and dads to be are quick to decorate their first child’s nursery in the picturesque and colorful cartoon art that is sub-divided into different categories.
It is wall art. It is placed neatly in all corners of the room as experts roll out the wall paper, not so easy for mom and dad to do in their nervous excitement. A more popular medium, perhaps even more practical, is to have the wall art painted on. The artist visits your home and transfers your favorite cartoon characters to all corners of the room. The smallest children around not only like see what amuses them.
They would much prefer to get their hands on their favorite cartoon creatures. Cartoon caricatures are being fashioned as mini sculptures that young kids can muck about and shake about with. These sculptures are pliable and easy to squeeze and hug. But the problem with these mediums of amusement for young kids has been the dangers toxic coatings pose. These small kids just can’t seem to resist a nibble at their favorite cartoon character.
Thought provoking and maybe even jaw dropping stuff indeed. And what about the grownups, the professional kids of today? They are mad about cartoons in all its forms, mediums and sub-genres. The literary minds and news junkies always appreciate their daily grind of cartoons on the editorial page of their favorite newspapers. And a majority of kids seem to have grown up with their favorite super heroes too.