Some of the most memorable children's stuff has serious dark undercurrents, like Puff The Magic Dragon subconsciously encouraging kids to smoke, or Jingle All The Way subconsciously encouraging kids to never again go to a movie. Get even darker than Arnold, with the illustrations of Bryan A. Collins
A former tattoo artist who moved to Fort Collins on the recommendation of an internet quiz, Bryan "Don't Call Him Fort" Collins paints acrylic, "whimsical surrealist" pieces that wouldn't be out of place in a children's book, but harbor a "more adult-like message", or what your phone blinks when you have a curse-laden voicemail from Alec Baldwin. Get slightly disturbed/ whimsified with
Go Fish: This piece laments how growing up causes people to "leave their free spirit and creativity behind", and is loosely inspired by Creature From The Black Lagoon, or what the post-BP-spill world calls "a seagull"
Mean Jean Controls His Heart: Showing a girl toying with mush that used to be some poor dude's ticker, this was originally created for an art show titled "Bad Habits and Guilty Pleasures", implying that the mutilation of internal organs is basically on the same level as watching Audrina.
Turtle Bombs: In memory of his childhood pet, this flying, dead turtle somehow reflects themes of "innocence and playing on the playground", a combo that betrays he wasn't playing the same version of Squeeze the Lemons that Arnold was.