Drawings by Brecht Vandenbroucke.
yes!!! so damn awesome.
First one is excellent. Reminds me of the Dave Chappelle sketch.
Yes! That’s what I thought too the minute I opened the page!
I love it :)
that first one is so hilarious. couldn’t hold a poker face at work.
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this is so great!
I’ve been a big fan of this guy for a long time. Definitely check out his myspace. I know it’s an obsolete website but it suits his style.
Art that blends sense of humour in a clever way, and is well painted… brilliant!
ahahaahha, the last is great so morbid and cute
Love em! Really creative ideas. I think the 1st one is definitely the strongest!
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this work is very intelligent and creative, love it
haha what an ability to capture real estate agents for what they are!
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