It's been over 15 years since the show about nothing aired its final episode, but thanks to heavy syndication (and of course, general greatness), it's as revered as ever. The nostalgic '90s references, the parade of now-famous guest stars, the iconic catchphrases, and yada yada yada. There's a lot to love.
Tapping into the power of those memories, Brooklyn-based artist Morgan Blair created a series of oil paintings and graphite drawings in homage to the sitcom's greatest scenes. And while far from photo-real, they do capture the energy and emotion of each moment in a unique way.
Know what else makes them great? They're priced so reasonably, even current-day Michael Richards could afford one: original drawings go for around $100 apiece, while the larger, more involved oils are about $250. Take a look.