There's something hilarious about witnessing a person far outside of their element, which is obvious to anyone who's ever watched Charles Barkley play golf. Or talk. Painting icons into amusingly unexpected situations: Harshness
From a part-time NYCer, these pop culture-riffing prints stick well-known characters into unlikely positions, a direction inspired by a mishmash of interests including the "sarcastic iconic spins" of skateboarding graphics, cholos, and a wiener dog named Link, who obviously totally (Hy)ruled. Ltd-ed dopeness includes
Darth Fader: This print features DV fronting a moon-like circle and getting even badass-er by wearing wayfarers, ripping a cigarette, and gripping a bottle of JD, which, if finished, will guarantee the Return of the Dinner
Ol' Dirty Beer Bong: Because Jedis aren't the only people who live on totally different planets, this print sports the same moon-like background as Darth Fader, but replaces the Sith Lord with a long-haired, jump-suited ODB chugging a 40oz from a swirling funnel
Stripper Storm: A scantily clad portrait of Halle Berry's take on the character hanging off a pole, this joint is entirely sepia-toned except for '80s-style colored beams of light and white lighting shooting from the top, so clearly she works at Flashdancers
There are a ream of other designs, including an entire series of bloody-mouth vampire icons (Gizmo, Staypuft, Chunk...), and LOTR riffs like Frodo dressed as Ice Cube from Boyz N The Hood, who'd probably feel right at home hanging out with a bunch of dudes who smoke so much shire weed they see wizards.