John Oliver Baseball T-Shirts
Lord Buckethead claims to be an intergalactic space lord. His name and costume are derived from the 1984 cult sci-fi comedy Hyperspace (also known as Gremloids, the name of Lord Buckethead's party) by writer and director Todd Durham. Promising "strong, not entirely stable leadership"! Vote Buckethead!
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John Oliver has so cleverly started this campaign to "Make Donald Drumpf Again." "Drumpf" is the original last name that his family changed generations ago. The Trump name has always invoked the feeling of success, but "Drumpf" might be more accurate as it sounds like "the noise a pigeon makes when it hits a window." Or a bottle of "cheap root beer hitting the floor of a convenience store." Be proud of your Drumpf, Donald. Be proud. :)
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Inspired by the lyrics of Gil Scott-Heron's stunning tribute song 'Lady Day and John Coltrane' I transferred the immortal Jazz legends here into a comic style super hero duo and hopefully tipped my hat to three of my favourite musicians in the process.
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A humorous caricature illustration of the well-known American actor and Hollywood star, and member of the Laurel and Hardy duo; Oliver Hardy. One of a series of caricatures achieved for the Celebrity Sunday series, where a famous person is rendered within a day. The idea is to show them as if in a passport photo to have consistency.
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