Some people need to live a double life, like Bruce Wayne, who dons the intimidating Batman uniform to secretly fight crime, and sometimes a triple life, when he hangs with Chris O'Donnell and wants to wear the one with nipples. For lustful art by a guy whose full-time checks come from making kids' cartoons, check Tyson McAdoo
A veteran of ATL-based Cartoon Network who handles design duties for kids' animated shows by day, McAdoo's night hustle involves crafting sexy, graphic novel-esque, tattoo-adorned, scantily clad women in various poses, which he places on everything from poster prints to PDA skins, giving them even more flavor than the spicy pork ones you're eating for second breakfast right now. For prints only slightly offensive to your mom, cop "Wish U Were Here" (written on a wall behind a lady with a red/green/blue snake-tattooed tummy), "Tease 'Em", with a sultry lass silhouetted through a translucent screen, or a B&W in which a garter & thigh-highs are there, but the ghost-like lady wearing them isn't -- which is perfect, because as everyone knows, it's not cheating if the chick doesn't exist. You can also cop steamier stuff like "Ride" (a purple-haired, lingerie-wearing dominatrix straddling a blue-haired girl's back), "Prey" (w/ back-turned topless chick standing over a green-bustiered redhead on a bed), and "2 Hot In The Kitchen", which is obviously not referring to the two women eyeing each other saucily, but rather that huge pile of R. Kelly's famous buttered rolls
Many of Tyson's works are available on tees sold through Lowbrow Art Company, and on vivid skate decks at Pop Art Skateboards. He's also recently released an adult coloring/activity book of outlined vixens called Hot Wax -- also a key step in creating Clooney's smooth, oh-so-contoured suit.