Because it's kind of
creepy boring if all your portraits are of artists as young men, Alvaro Tapia's a web-designer-cum-filmmaker-cum-artist (sooo much cum) outta Spain making neon-heavy, watercolor-meets-digital-illustration portraits of cult figures from film, pop culture, and even literature. Some categories
Celebs: Include a terrifying Danny Trejo on a navy background, gazing off into space with piercing red eyes; a shaggy-haired, light-blue Steve Buscemi being droopy as ever; and John Waters looking all creepy, backed by gobs of yellow and pink, which sadly aren't Flamingos, as that would've been Divine
Characters: Sorry, TBS, but there's a shirtless Travis Bickle rocking a Muppet-esque face and blood-red mohawk & nose, and a close-up of Frank Booth, teeth-clenched and huffing gas
Highbrows: A pink & purple Francis Bacon staring straight ahead, overlaid with a ghostly profile; a blue-faced Edgar Allen Poe staring with baggy red & yellow eyes, and Marcel Duchamp looking a tad contemplative, likely wondering if showing up in somebody else's art is sufficiently surreal
Each work's avail in various sizes of framed canvas prints, greeting cards, and even posters, as it's probably time you take down all the "artistic" ones of young men.