Artie Who?

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Artie Romero, November 2015ARG! Cartoon Animation Studio was founded by Artie Romero in 1994. Artie has been involved in comics and animation since the 1970s, and starting in 1981, has accumulated screen credits for animation on 4 movies, 3 TV series and one PBS special. Before entering the animation industry as an animator, producer and director, Artie was a comic book artist, publisher, and an illustrator of books and magazines.

After starting the ARG! website on his AOL web space in 1995, the website was launched in July, 1996, and quickly became one of the most popular animation sites on the Web, getting up to 600 million hits a year. The ARG! studio has created more than 40,000 original digital animations for its 600+ clients.

Tim Romero founded ARG! Cartoon Animation, LLC, and has been the studio CEO and owner for several years. Artie stayed on staff as a producer.

Artie Romero has a Bacon number of 3.*
Artie Romero did animation for Johnny Mnemonic (1995) with Keanu Reeves
Keanu Reeves was in Thumbsucker (2005) with Benjamin Bratt
Benjamin Bratt was in The Woodsman (2004) with Kevin Bacon
* Calculations are courtesy of The Oracle of Bacon at Virginia. Confused? Read the Wikipedia article.
"Good animation is not produced by machines or software. It is created by people who have studied life drawing for years, and understand how things look and how they move."
              -- Artie Romero
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