Updating childhood activities for an older audience isn't always easy, unless you're talking about dolls, in which case being easy is the very quality that makes them so great. For some twisted artistic takes on another hallmark of childhood, check out The Alphabet Series
From a BK designer/illustrator who'd been kicking around the idea of "taking kiddie games and making them adult" for the past five years, these prints feature "politically incorrect" takes on alphabet-learnin' flash cards, which the artist thinks you should find funny "if you weren't dropped as a baby" (though in that case, wouldn't you find everything funny?). The ABCs of awesome include
Gg is for Gimp:...and also "Get", as in "...me the f*** out of here!
Mm is for Merkin:A pussycat with a wig, because a bearded clam would have been way too subtle
Pp is for Peyote:This man-cactus dons a cowboy hat, clearly an attempt to project a more mescaline vibe
In addition to being hilarious, the prints are also legit: each one's individually numbered and framed after the artist silkscreens it with his own two hands, which have a lot more time on them given "Komiko" never says no.