“The Exhibitionist” by Mark and Kent Osborne

Visiting a museum on a weekend is a great thing to do. And thanks to brothers Mark Osborne (More and Kung Fu Panda) and Kent Osborne (Adventure Time, Spongebob Squarepants) you can do so in less than five minutes. Created in an improvisational fashion during three days at the museum, this pixilated short takes a journey through Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), through its current exhibition Art in the Streets with works by Banksy, Rammellzee and Kenny Scharf.


  • Martyn

    Loved the exhibition, and this does a most jolly fine job at capturing the essence of it. Good job chaps.

  • http://beesbuzz.biz/ fluffy

    That was pretty well-done! I how it had some very clever tricks that pixilation makes super-effective. Very creative stuff!

  • http://seanszeles.com Sean Szeles

    Whoa! That was great! Can’t beat the Osbornes!

  • Pow.

    Hold on. Hold on. Hold on. I can never get over how “More” and Kung Fu Panda are made by the same person!

    • wgan

      dude, what’s wrong with either :)
      inner peace and inner happiness are the same thing, right?

    • Ethan

      When you figure out that a film is not “made by” a single person, you’ll get over it.

      • Pow.

        Jeez! I’m going to go ahead and say that the director still has a lot of say over the vision of the film, and the only real similarity between the two is that they both have confident ones!!!

  • http://garrisonsjunk.blogspot.com Chris Garrison

    Kent Osborne is awesome.

  • Pez

    Great film. Makes me think of Peter Gabriel.

  • http://www.bobloganillustration.blogspot.com Bob Logan

    Amazing! Way to go, Osborne Bros!