Voice Artist Of Bugs Bunny & Daffy Duck Has Passed Away

At the age of 63, famed voice actor Joe Alaskey passed away last night in New York. Joe voiced MANY cartoons in the early 90s – from Bugs Bunny to Daffy Duck, Tweety Bird, Sylvester the Cat, Marvin the Martian, Foghorn Leghorn AND Grandpa Pickles on Rugrats. Prior to Joe, voice actor Mel Blanc at Warner Brothers had voiced the famous characters (save for Grandpa Pickles), with Joe taking over in 1990. Rest in peace!

Fashion: Lazy Oaf x Looney Tunes Collection For Men & Women

What is a better reminder of our childhood other than seeing it stamped on our clothing. London based brand, Lazy Oaf, has dropped a huge collaboration with Looney Tunes featuring clothing for men and women. The took our favorite characters and made them into modern garments that any fashion forward individual wouldn’t hesitate to wear. There are so many items to choose from including hats, leggings, crop-tops, button downs, t-shirts, and even a fur and varsity jacket! I don’t think that even covered it all, but I must say I really fell in love with the whole collection. Whoever designed it, kudos! I never thought I would actually want to wear a cartoon on my clothes, but now I’m totally a fan. You can view photos of the official lookbook after the jump and shop the whole collection here

Kicks: Looney Tunes X Converse Chuck Taylor All Star

The Converse Chuck Taylor gives us another collaboration with an all-over canvas. I must say these are very interesting and seem very comfortable. These kicks feature a few characters we know of with Bugs to Taz to Tweety very familiar names and faces. These are now avaliable at all Converse Japan retailers, which means it will be very hard to purchase these in the U.S. Hit the jump for more pics. Source

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