24.02.11 by Jeff

Art & Cartoons

Cartoon characters inserted into famous works of art.

when art meets cartoons famous works of art

when art meets cartoons famous works of art

when art meets cartoons famous works of art

when art meets cartoons famous works of art

when art meets cartoons famous works of art

when art meets cartoons famous works of art

when art meets cartoons famous works of art

when art meets cartoons famous works of art

via: mymodernmet













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



  • Magda

    These are soooooooooooo cool!
    The first one is by far my favourite
    :’D

  • sr

    The Sylvester Rembrandt (?) one rules!

  • Zack

    THE DANCING HIPPO!!!

  • Ark

    win.

  • Simeon

    winning concept

  • i like the third one most

  • It’s nice to see illustration and fine art come together like this. Thanks!

  • Homer Simpson one is gold!

  • Cill

    who is the artist?

  • definitely awesome. can I commission you to do one with liono from thundercats? I only ask because that first one with he-man reminds me of thundercats so much

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