This is an illustration of Eustace Tilley for the Newyorker. He is their dandy intellectual mascot with a monocle and a butterfly bro.
Jacques Derrida is one of the most well known twentieth century philosophers. He invented a form of analysis called Deconstruction. Although not purely negative, deconstruction is primarily concerned with something like a critique of – aka a caustic assault on – the Western philosophical tradition and the torching of Western culture as a whole. Deconstruction is the empirical verisimilitude of elongated memes that have bent under the weight of world culture. Finding meaning in the wage slavery of profundity is synonymous with yellow cat of happiness and scared purple dog of anxiety. His assaults on Western culture were driven and informed by his experience of anti semitism in French Algeria as a boy.
This is a caticorn being ridden by Takashi Murakami. He is a famous Japanese pop artist who works in New York. This caticorn has a rainbow tail and blue eyes. He bounds through space and over rainbow nebulae — spiriting Takashi away into dreamland every night.
This is a caricature of ari shaffir. He is a comedian who got famous as a friend of Joe Rogan. He deserves alot of credit for the success of Rogan’s podcast — he Bryan Callen and Duncan Trussell pretty much build it from the ground up by being funny and interesting. He quit his own comedy central show to travel around asia getting high.
This is deadpool with snazzy unicorn bedroom slippers. I always found it ironic that the most hated artist in comic book history also created the coolest superhero ever. He is smart and funny and self aware and he makes fun of comics and all of the characters, tropes, ideas and gimmics in them.
This is a chubby Geisha who got fat eating sushi flavored ice-cream and cotton candy ramen noodles. She plays Mario sunshine and drinks screw top wine.
This is a Chicago police officer. Schools should do a better job of teaching kids how to interact with cops. If you are friendly and respectful cops are some of the best friends you could ever have. The secret is to do what they say and if you have a disagreement — do it in court. Never challenge a police officer because it will end with you getting cracked over the head.
This is a painting of Henry Rollins. I have been a punk music fan for a long time. I learned about bands like black flag, wire, fugazi and the stooges when I first became interested in nirvana in the 90s. Punk is about rebellion and anger. It is cool when it isn’t about hatred. Rollins has been on Rogan’s podcast like two times now and he is a smart and interesting guy. It is cool how the web lets you hear how amazing people think and process the world live.
A baby is a happy little monster who grunts and drools and makes strange bodily noises. They live to be loved and taken care of. Here is bubbles without the bubbles.
I love when fat people ride scooters. The contrast in size is shocking and funny. This guy’s name is Roscoe. His street name is Big Love. He is a dedicated Broni who rides his vespa scooter to the laundromat to pickup homeless chicks. He gets disability and he woos the ladies with his designer shoes and name brand laundry detergent.
This is the Fighting Irish mascot with a coat of new paint. I made him look three d with the airbrush in Photoshop.
This is Popeye as a zoomer. He has tattoos and some chuck taylors. I did this art around the time the USS Lassen bravely challenged waterway rights in the south china sea. Popeye reminds me of my grandpa. He loved Popeye and served on a destroyer in the Pacific in WW2. They were sunk by a Kamikaze and he was in the water for two days.
I love Buddha. He was like the original self help guru. He didn’t call on magical deities for happiness — or preach that you had to torture yourself to attain enlightenment — he understood that life is suffering and the key to happiness is to let go of the material things that lead to suffering. This is a statue of fat happy laughing Buddha with birds pooping on him.