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I remember reading an article about one of the animators or layout artists on a Disney animated film sneaking in one of their own original abstract paintings into a frame.

I thought it was Bill Tytla, but Google is coming up empty. I also thought the film was Dumbo, but again, Google doesn't have any real hints. I am 99% sure it was a classic era film, so pre-Jungle Book and most likely pre-Cinderella.

Does anyone else remember reading something about this? Can you identify the artist and the film?

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Not the answer, but here's an interesting article about hidden art in later Disney films. –  Walt Jul 9 at 8:06
    
Not Sure if this is an answer but i do know one of the artists on The Little Mermaid drew penisses in zues's castle on the original movie poster –  w3sker Sep 13 at 21:18

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