This is a bat smiling. It is the kind of bat Chinese people eat and buy in wet markets. They are the original vector of the corona virus that has circled the globe in a matter of months.
This is an illustration of a blue internet troll with a purple tongue. He lives to gas people up in chat rooms and internet forums from 2005.
This is an illustration of a Kingfisher. They have giant heads and beaks designed to help them scoop up fish. They are great fliers. I remember seeing one in a pond behind my house as a kid and thinking it looked like an alien life-form.
This is a happy radical 90s monster with purple skin and and green hands and feet. He has spiky green spines for hair and a round red nose.
I love the Rolling Stones. They have been making incredibly good and relevant rock music since the 1960s. They also have one of the best logos ever created. It was made by English graphic designer John Pasche — though many believe that Andy Warhol designed it. This is a digital painting of the logo made to look like a poofy realistic airbrush painting. One of my most sad Christmas memories is of being home from college on a cold overcast Christmas day, riding around my hometown in a new car listening to Sticky Fingers by myself. It is such a textured, dirty, subversive and great record. I spent most of my time in and since college alone making art and listening to music. My art style is passè and heavily influenced by psychedelic 70s illustration with its fanciful airbrushed creatures, Pushpin bent, Terry Gilliam style and happy but slightly sinister tone.
This is a Chicago police officer. If you are friendly and respectful to the police they are the best friends you will ever have. Schools should do a better job of teaching kids how to interact with cops respectfully. The secret is to do what they say and if you have a disagreement do it in court. The adversarial relationship kids are taught by the media to have with cops is inexcusable.