As a kid, one of my favorite things was waking up early on Saturdays to watch cartoons (the good ole days before sleep deprivation). There was no other like Winnie-the-Pooh, and thankfully, Disney hasn’t modernized it one bit. While some characters have turned into visually frenzied animations with bad attitudes, the soft-spoken Pooh remains a classic.
An exhibition for the much-loved bear and his companions will come to life at the High Museum of Art June 3 – September 2, allowing generations of readers to explore Pooh’s history and legacy through original sketches, photographs, memorabilia and letters.
– Morgan Rabby, 360 Media,Inc.