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For the third year in a row (and as previously covered on this wiki), the Itty Bitty Art Sale is coming to Santa Monica. The sale, which supports the non-profit elementary school PS#1 Pluralistic School, was founded by Phineas and Ferb co-creator Jeff "Swampy" Marsh and his wife Birgitte. For $40, you are able to purchase an original postcard-sized artwork. Besides a number of regular folks young and old, the artists include a number of noteworthy names, so you may recognize some of the work or characters in some of the pieces: a number of members of the P&F creative team have contributed, as have Avatar director James Cameron, talk show host Conan O'Brien, some members of the Warner Bros. Animation creative team, and many others. But part of the fun is that the buyers- and we- don't know who contributed what until they actually buy the artwork.
The sale will be held on March 6 at the Gallery for Functional Art in Santa Monica. Go ahead and check out the official website to see the artwork and maybe try and guess who drew what- if you know what they're famous for, there are a few pieces that are obvious. (The website will be updated with the names of the artists after the sale). And if any of you are in the Southern California area, why not attend and take home a mini-artwork of your own?