Rob Loukotka watched every Coyote & Road Runner episode, then hand drew all 126 gadgets, explosives, and items that appeared in the cartoons, pulling them into a giant poster.



click for giant poster
Includes Tornado seeds, Giant magnets, Dynamite, Rocket powered roller skates, Anvils, Giant Rubber Bands, illustrated, designed and researched from all 43 Coyote & Road Runner cartoons from 1949-1994. T

How amazing would it be if The ACME Corporation were real? That’s why Rob made this poster, funding it via Kickstarter.

Only a giant 24×36″ poster can capture the incredible detail of these fun items. The posters will be beautifully screen printed on thick ‘Wild Cherry Red’ French Paper, signed and numbered by me. One poster is $30 and includes shipping anywhere in the US; $40 for anywhere else in the world.



Rob Loukotka
KickStarter, Nov 26, 2012

Category: Television, Weekend

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2 Responses to “ACME Corporation: 126 Coyote Endorsed Products”

  1. while this comes from a ‘Video Game’-description..

    “…Keep your opponents from winning by slowing them down with Acme gags like the instant storm…”

    I’m sure “Instant Storm” showed up ‘in the Cartoons’..

    on Firefox (not that I know how to use it — ‘Black Belt’-style) the ‘click for Giant Image’, resolves to a ‘fit to Page’-sized Image..Resolution insufficient for capturing the Detail of the Poster..

    just, to say, I hope he included it, “Instant Storm”, on the Poster..

    The ‘other thing’ that was Awesome, about Acme, They delivered, pre-FedEx, Anywhere (Everywhere).

    With Customer Service like that, on top of their Product wonder they stayed in Business~

  2. constantnormal says:

    I think he missed one … I looked but could not find the “fiscal cliff” anywhere in that lineup … it should appear as a stylized western desert mesa, with clouds all around …