Don’s eyeballs are taking two different elevators.
Side note: I am watching The Fifth Element RIGHT NOW. Your icon makes me want to watch it whenever I see you comment, and now that time is at hand.
Multi-pass using, multi-ass kicking
I might be too morbid and in need of a Etsy cupcake enema but wouldn’t this record art work with Tupac, Sam Cooke and Marvin Gaye?!
I must have this in my life.
I am craftarded and could have painted a better portrait!!!
It hurts my soul
He skipped #4 and went straight to the Fife Reich.
So now it’s Don Knottzi?
You’ve got to nip it in the Bund!
Looks more like Hitler had a stroke:-p
And shaved off his mustache before “biting the bullet”.
Can I get Opie painted on a 45?
Judging by the example provided, probably not.
You may be able to get something that resembles Carrot Top mid-sneeze, though.
Home after retina surgery (and still trying to read, screw doctor’s orders) and this made me laught so hard I saw stars. I give it a 4-stars-and-hand-me-the damn-vicodin rating. Mainly because there are just not enough thumbs.
This one’s a “thinker”. It took me a few minutes to put together the mental image, but it works.
It looks like SJP is starring in a remake of Desperately Seeking Susan. In the new version, Susan dies of a hideous chin melanoma.
I see more Fred Armisen as Prince in the SNL sketch about Beyoncè’s baby http://chimovement.com/nbcs-snl-skit-of-jay-z-beyonce-feat-ll-cool-j-prince-bon-iver-nicki-minaj-taylor-swift/
When did Stevie Wonder take up painting?
One eye looking at you, the other eye looking for you.
Crappy sketch of random old celeb: Free
6 bottles of asst acrylic paints from Michael’s (6 x $.85): $5.10
Cheap nylon bristle paintbrush scavenged from kid’s watercolor set: Free
Old vinyl record of the Chipmunks Christmas from thrift store: $.25
Craptastic “artwork” created while high on hash brownies: $130
Yup. I’m in the wrong fucking racket.
Personally, I’d rather have the Chipmunks Christmas on vinyl…
You might still be able to play the B side.
awkwaaarrrd placement WTF and some crazy eyes to go with it… seen worse, it’s at least original
and when I say original I mean someone actually wasted their time on this and is asking money for it. instead of say being printed in a factory(where they would of hired a designer who could draw).
Wow. He looks more like Steve Buscemi than ever!
Wait, come to think of it, there weren’t any jews or blacks or gays in Mayberry. Barney had a gun….. Maybe the peaceful little white-bread town had a dark dark secret….
I’m sure there’s a record of it somewhere.
Oh, nobody talks of such things in this town.
It all got started in 33 but 45 saw the end.
Not so. It got started waaaay back in ’72. Then a new group took over in ’33, and led to the later ’45 regime.
(Of course, I’m OLD, but I had tons of 72-speed records when I was a kiddo.)
Psst… you mean 78…
No, sorry my friends, it started waaaaaay back in ’16, but it was a very, very slow start.
Did they copy the hairdo from a different picture of Don Knotts? It looks like it’s a side shot of a hairdo on a front shot of Don.
Also, they don’t show enough “pajamas” to have to identify them as such. They could’ve just left it alone for us to either identify as a shirt of pajamas.
Those are my only complaints. Everything else in the painting is extremely accurate and flawless.
shirt “or” pajamas. grr.
First way works, too.
Looks like Floyd got a little carried away (didn’t he always!) and overcompensated when trying to even out Barney’s sideburns.
Finally! That mark on Aaron Neville’s face explained. Now if someone could explain his rediculous faux-vibrato voice affectation.
p.s. I thought Don Knotts was Cab Calloway at first glance.
Andy, can I have that one bullet now, please?
I am digging it and there are some other really fun ones in the same shop! You have to appreciate an artist who doesn’t take himself too seriously.
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You realize the artist only did the first one the rest are courtesy of regretsy. I don’t think the artist is that aware of hole placement
The Aaron Neville one make me laugh out loud and scare my cat.
Aaron Neville actually looks better now…
Wow, SJP looks about 60 in that picture.
That’s because it’s actually Glenn Close.
Nice try, but no banana.
I thought it was Bette Midler.
you know what this always reminds me off here with the comments, that TV series were a man and some robots are in space and have to watch those awful movies, i love that show and i am always careful to put any liquid down
…with apologies to MysticAlpha.
IT’S THE DREADED BLACK SPOT…. (i think i just dated myself a little and its not quite proper placement.. feh) sorry commence the thumbs down.
Why pajamas? Don Knotts pin-up?
What makes a person wake up one morning and think ‘Today, I am going to paint a picture of Don Knotts in pajamas on an old 45, then sell it on etsy to earn money’?
Someone is trying to replacate something they saw somebody in the universe had made that was mega fantastic and when they finished theirs all they could come up with was ‘Don Knotts in pajamas’.
I would have made the pajamas a bit jazzier!!
He’s painted on a 33. If he were on a 45, that hole below his nose would be much bigger…GOATSE! OMG, SOMEONE SHOULD PAINT GOATSE ON A 45!!!
Sorry for the caps lock. The idea came to me while my finger was on the Shift key and I lost control.
Goatse is OK for the A-Side but what about the B-side?
So happy to find someone who even knows “A side” and “B side”!
As for the B side…Goatse: The Inside Story!
I would have preferred an 8 track but I didn’t want to show my age!!
I don’t care for the Don Knotts portrait, but the Christian Bale version is awesome. It would look great on a bicycle seat!
I feel so oddly proud that I was able to predict every one of those.
“I am a painter of fine art.” So says his profile bio thing.
Something requiring highly developed techniques and skills, as in He’s turned lying into a fine art , or The contractor excels in the fine art of demolition . This term alludes to the fine arts , such as music, painting, and sculpture, which require both skill and talent. It is now often used to describe anything that takes skill to do. [First half of 1800s]
The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer. Copyright © 1997. Published by Houghton Mifflin.
Nope. He lied.
So is that Gabe Kaplan with the misplaced, oversized tear duct?
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