Most folks tend to outgrow the activities of their adolescence, which is why you aren't sitting around playing pogs. Or masturbating. Ever. For a guy channeling old-school pleasures into his art, check out DWITT
A prolific Twin Cities artist whose influences include adolescent touchstones like comic books and...Slayer(!), DWITT's wide-ranging work has graced everything from rock posters to Guitar Hero II, and runs the gamut from bug-eyed monsters, to dead celebrities, to topless aliens, though during adolescence any topless chick is alien. Ltd-ed art prints include a red unicorn divvied up butcher-guide-style into rib, shank, brisket, etc (horn = "Magic"); a chubby little monster gleefully chugging a boat of gravy; and a hot-bodied, bare-chested alien surrounded by flying green skulls that was originally commissioned by the thrash-core band Death To Our Enemies, who wanted something "sexy, with skulls", but couldn't afford Calista Flockhart. Other highlights from the concert poster genre are a pair of wizened yellow birds huddled below a rising sun (from a Dinosaur Jr. show), a cartoony whiskey- and acoustic-guitar-decked joint for Hank Williams III, and an angst-ridden dude dropped to his knees by a demon for Atreyu, who've managed to continue touring in spite of numerous members chasing the luckdragon
Currently D's working on a poster series centered on portraits of famous folks coupled with their supposed final sentiments, from Groucho Marx ("Die, my dear, why that's the last thing I'll do"), to Humphrey Bogart ("should never have switched from Scotch to martinis"), but thankfully nothing from David Carradine, who never outgrew his own Kung Fu grip.