Saturday Morning in the 80s – Paper Cut Art

I just love when I see something that makes me pause and look more closely. I imagine that if this wonderful 1980s Saturday Morning Cartoons inspired cut out art was hanging on your wall it would inspire a lot of people to stop and stare. How many characters can you name?

80s Main Framed Cut

Saturday Morning in the 80s [@] Cut Out Paper


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2 thoughts on “Saturday Morning in the 80s – Paper Cut Art

  1. Technically, He-man and She-ra weren’t really Saturday morning cartoon characters, were they? I always saw them in syndicated after-school programming on weekdays.

  2. VicSage2005 says:

    Well, this is just an amazing piece of art! I may not be able to name all of them but I sure as heck think that Bucky O’Hare was put in the top right corner and is that Count Duckula I spy close to the bottom between George Jetson and Optimus Prime? :)

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