21.07.08 by Jeff

Seinfeld wielding nunchucks!

Possibly the most ridiculous, and simultaneously awesome, caricatures in existence. Brandon Bird likes to draw celebrities in outrageous poses or stick them in bizarre situations, both to great comic effect. The John Tesh illustration (after the jump) is one of the funniest things I have ever seen.

 

 

 

 

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • sAkSeNaKeL

    Hahahahah…this guy is genius (and talented too). I love the Harrison Ford/Magic the Gathering one.

    Playing Magic the Gather on a regular basis is something I can definitely relate to.

  • Huckleberry Hart

    Solid gold Jeff… I kinda want to turn these into greeting cards or something

  • kaze456

    haha how awesome !!!
    id buy prints of that john tesh illustration.

  • hahah tesh’s facial expression is perfect – he looks the same way whenever conan brings him on the show to make a fool of himself.

  • kaze456

    that seinfeld one is weirdo, but not as weirdo as this:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrXpbYIiL7A&feature=related

  • Jessie Cacciola

    Ha! Seinfeld was the best show — i miss it.

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  • Tyler Austin Bradley

    Uh-oh. Another obscure sound-effects/art/pop culture reference to make at cocktail parties…
    INT. LUXURY PENTHOUSE. NIGHT.
    NEW AGE MUSIC blares through the HI FI SYSTEM. Sound of BREAKING GLASS o.s: “TESH!”
    CUT TO John Tesh.
    Mary Hart exclaims, “You’re cut off!”

  • why is that funny?
    most ridiculous illustrations….are you joking?
    its just random.

    • lighten UP

    • kaze456

      i agree with plymo, this post needs more watercolors.

  • snitter

    That’s funny stuff.Nice artwork.





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