By Cory Doctorow at 12:26 pm Tue, Oct 2, 2012
Artist Kelly Kerrigan paints many lovely things, but especially fine are Kerrigan's portraits of the villains of Star Wars cuddling a variety of adorable bunnyrabbits.
Better than that annoying CGI talking rabbit they put in the prequel trilogy.
TK421: “I went to the shelter and it was between this bunny and Salacious Crumb. I’m pretty sure I made the right choice, right Mr. Whiskers?”
Awww but they’re just hapless clones, not villains, they deserve bunnehs too.
That’s why they can’t shoot worth a damn, the trigger finger and butt hand are controlled by the dark-side, but then the other hand gives a bit of a tweak as they fire, that’s the light-side workin
That guy in red though… he’s got his dinner there, shove it right into his eyehole he will
This really, REALLY needs a Holy Grail touch to it!!! STAT!!!
Cute…but rabbits don’t have paw pads.
That bothered me too! Whatever creature Boba Fett is holding, it’s not a bunny, because those are definitely not rabbit hind feet.
“I used to bull’s-eye womp rats in my T-16 back home. They’re not much bigger than two meters”
ooo I have relevant pictures from the local comic con this year. http://imgur.com/a/yBbet
Concept done by Brandon Bird already: http://www.brandonbird.com/sir_ian.html
thank you BB for the love. Nearly 9 years ago to the date, you Featured my newly Launched TrampLamps.com – And today you showcase my Star Wars Paintings. I am so very humbled & Grateful for it. xoxo ~KellyK
I know this is kinda simultaneous development – I mean, hey, no one’s stealing form anyone – but these remind me a lot of my co-worker & pal Alex Duke’s odd, simple illustrations of famous badasses & psychos cudding cats. For Example: http://alexanderduke.tumblr.com/post/27525888789/27-5-by-19-screen-prints-coffee-grinds-acrylic
What makes you think that the cute bunny isn’t the evil criminal mastermind.
Two words …
art Copyfight Funny star wars
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