Bob’s Big Boy is a burger joint in California. This is their cool 50s mascot as a zombie. He has gotton fat from eating brain burgers and brain juice shakes.
This is the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland. He is so creepy and surrealistic. I remember watching the Disney movie back in the 80s at a summer matinee. I found it deeply disturbing and had dreams about it throughout my childhood. The Queen of hearts shook me up with her rage and shouting off with their heads.
This is Hunter Thompson’s Myna Bird Edward. Hunter used to get stoned and traumatize him to get him to perform for his friends. Edward has developed a personality disorder because of the stress of dealing with Hunter. Mynah Birds love small talk. They chatter on incessantly about the weather, Topgear and the life cycle of stars.
Myna Bird Illustration sad.
This is a stripped blue fish chasing after a smaller red fish – it is a big fish eating a small fish. This image represents the driving force of nature. Natural selection is what made us what we are. The brutal way nature works to design animals is, it pits lifeforms against each other in a struggle to survive. The most successful designs are the ones that survive to reproduce. It is one of the many natural forces that make life amazing and plants and animals beautiful. It reflects how Nietzsche felt about the Greeks. He saw them as tenacious predators who used their wits to survive, loved war and tragic dramas and they didn’t suffer from slave mentality – a victim’s (Christian) way of seeing the world. He was the founder of existentialism – a philosophy that urges you to take responsibility for your situation. It is a worldview that stems from Darwin’s origin of the species by natural selection.
This is a blue slime monster. He is transparent. Everything he is thinking you can read on his face. His name is Chuck and he is icky and wet. Everything he touches gets slimy. He is part jello – part slug. Chuck is wearing a black m&m cap.
This is a cartoon of a religious martyr. They kill themselves to get 72 virgins and live in a land with rivers of milk, wine, water and honey. Can you imagine the bugs and bacteria? Just give me a place with free wifi. This guy is wearing an explosive belt with a button detonator. He will kill himself because he believes he will be rewarded in the afterlife and because his family will get $25,000 from Islamic charities.
I love the movie Bolt. It is about a dog coming to terms with the fact that he isn’t a superhero. It is about being humbled by life – something everyone goes through. It is a great buddy adventure movie where bolt has to travel across the US to find his master.
It is impressive how much work and love goes into digitally animated movies. It takes an army of extremely talented people who lovingly craft a movie frame by frame over a period of like 3 to 4 years. Also the people who make the stories and invent the characters have to be great to justify all that work. Mark Walton made Rhino. He is a Disney story guy and he voices Rhino – easily the best comic book – movie – tv geek in movie history. Rhino is a hyper geek who is excited by and just as lovable and deluded as Bolt. He is what people mean when they say fanatic. He lives in a bubble in a trailer in middle america and he thinks the world is as exciting as the shows he watches.
This is a robotic green humming bird. It is a tiny flying robot that buzzes around robot flowers drinking their robot nectar.
This is a blue monster drinking a smoothie. He has magenta feet and arms, yellow teeth and his green eyes pop out of his head like mr crabs when he has a brain freeze. He is entirely too poor to drink smoothies but he gets them anyway.
This is a short blue monster with a purple Illuminati cap. His name is Josh and he sits in his car all day – drinks lean and looks at people as they walk into Walmart. He thinks his car is like a cloaking device and the people walking past him can’t see him. He is a member of the Illuminati and he secretly controls the world from his car.
This is a caricature of George Lucas. One thing the fan reaction to The Last Jedi makes apparent is that Star Wars fans are a bunch of spoiled narcissistic neck beard man children. At first I was on board with the Plinkett movement that the prequels took a piss on my childhood. Then I saw the fan reaction to the new movie and decided I am not one of those people anymore. What George Lucas did for movies is amazing. The guy invented a genre with some god tier movies that he had the balls to pay for himself. And in return he became a billionaire in an industry notorious for losing fortunes. The man is a rebel and genius. The beating he has taken from these losers is unforgivable. If I was Disney I would get George to direct the next movie just to thumb their nose at the jerks who call themselves Star Wars fans. If you haven’t seen American Graffiti you should watch it. It is a great 70s movie about the early 60s that George wrote and directed. It is proof that he is fundamentally a great movie maker.
This is an illustration of Karl Pilkington. He is friends with that guy Ricky Gervais. He has a perfectly round head and he is famous for his silly ad-libbed sayings. You can watch his show An Idiot Abroad on YouTube. I love how Karl turned out to look like a balloon. I made him look like he is filled with helium and I imagine he moves really slowly and smoothly like a sloth balloon in the Macys Parade. I am going through a balloon phase.