SOURCE: Fred Kluth Designs, LLC

August 30, 2006 12:48 ET

LOST DOGG: Remembering the Big Easy

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 30, 2006 -- On August 29, 2006, log on to www.lostdogg.com for a first look at the world premiere of webisode two, "Lost Dogg in the Big Easy," released by cutting-edge animator, prolific story-teller, Fred Kluth.

On the anniversary of Katrina, the existentialist Parisian Dogg gets lost in the world of New Orleans. The spirit of Mardi Gras prevails as the Lost Dogg gets caught up in rapturous celebration and heart-felt longing.

Links to grassroots relief and established agencies are provided at the end of the movie to help expand awareness and raise understanding of the assistance that is still needed in the areas devastated by Katrina.

The Lost Dogg was a favorite at the Licensing 2006 International Show. Fred Kluth follows the trail of the Lost Dogg with an original sense of style and humor, and humanity.

For more information on Mr. Kluth and Fred Kluth Designs, LLC, please visit www.MrKluth.com.

For licensing, sponsorships and promotions of Kluth art contact janeputch@aol.com at Eyebait Licensing (323-571-8577).

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