Quitting your job means having time to do what you've always wanted to do, like travel, or study music, or, if you're Sepp Blatter, show those Nigerians how to really pull off an email scam. Now unemployed and loving it: James Gilleard
After ditching a much-loathed position, the London illustrator & animator used his newfound free time to churn out pics he "actually liked", predominantly stuff that channels '50s & '60s animation and "past future predictions", like, "there's no way Michael J. Fox will make another sequel". Some of the hits
Control Woman: Inspired by "more than one" of his exes, this seemingly simple relationships metaphor went through 10 different versions before a final was reached, presumably because each of those exes cruelly manipulated him into doing it over.
Spaceman: This astronaut's striking resemblance to Javier Bardem is pure coincidence, the result of hunting for a retro-look by Googling "sixties haircut" -- as opposed to "He's wearing that '60s hair again? Cut!"
Spy Team: This is meant to be a template for a fictitious TV show title sequence, all of which would take place "within the image itself", zooming in and out of characters and, in the spirit of Space 1999, freeze-framing as their names pop up, and "playing crappy music".
He's got tons more material ready for purchase on his site, including his stylized Steve Zissou, a series of imaginary banknotes, and a mural of T-Rex skeletons -- creatures which despite reputed scavenging tendencies aren't very Blatter-like, in that their tiny hands couldn't even reach your pockets.