First conceptualized in 1948, Marvin the Martian exists as one of the most popular Looney Tunes characters.
The impetus behind "Life of Marvin," is the little Martian's decided anger about the notoriety other aliens receive, while he continually strives to be noticed.
Michael Cole's interpretation of Marvin is the first to be oversized while also showing the true nature of not just the Martian's presence, but his enormous ego.
Cole has worked on theme park designs for many. "A Bug's Life," "Toy Story" and "Hello Mickey." Currently, he works on the hit animated series "VeggieTales."
At one time, Cole ran Nolen-Cole, an artist haven in Florence, Alabama, where he displayed art as well as had weekly live music and entertainment.
The artwork measures 16 x 16 Image Size and 20 x 20 Paper Size.