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50 Fun Examples of Louis C.K. Fan Art

Louis C.K. is one of the Internet's (and maybe America's) most loved comedians. If you've never seen his Emmy-nominated TV show or stand-up specials, you can get to know him here, through the wonderful and sometimes odd artwork of his fans.

Left: Tim Goodier at tacobelltwoways
Right: Cara Thayer & Louie Van Patten at etsy


cryingatbingo (Emily) at Flickr



Joan Varitek at pinkopigtails



Josh Lange at Dallas Observer



Left: thewalkingman at deviantART
Right: dresslikeshit at deviantART



Cara Mae Corder on tumblr


Left: Mike Burns at Mike Burns Illustration
Right: Tim Jepson at Art by Tim Jepson


BlackPotion (Ana T.) at deviantART



Left: Kerry Daniszewski at Kerda
Right: uhhhsirk (Hayden) at deviantART



William Appledorn at The Art of William Appledorn



Rendez Pagett at Picture Engineering



Left: borosaur (Boris) at deviantART
Right: wopah at deviantART



Tom Trager on tumblr



Left: Andy Hunt at society6
Right: Greg Hill at gh illustration


Kid-With-The-Hat at deviantART



GH Illustration (G Haskell) at etsy



Left: TheRogueSPiDER (Jason A. Santiago) at deviantART
Right: Rene A. Garza III at Non-Habit Forming



Monk Design (Matt Jacobus) on tumblr


SuperMachoMao at Flickr



Left: Eric Escobar on Blogger
Right: R.L. Amaro at indie8graphics



Mike Holmes at Flickr



Gant Powell at Hire an Illustrator



bx21 (B. Yu) at deviantART



bonvillain (Thomas Bonvillain) at deviantART



vegas9879 (Tyler Smith) at deviantART


Josh Lange at Chalk Outlines


Karthik Abhiram at deviantART



ralph0 at deviantART



Left: Michael Maglio at Soap in the Eye
Right: filmfanatic88 (Nick Bachan) at Flickr



patchco89 (Patrick Coppolino) at Flickr



Jeffrey Decoster at JeffreyDecoster.com



HanzSolo (Fabián Peña Loyola) at deviantART



demann18 (Dezmond Gipson) at deviantART



Franklin P. Quacker at Quackers


Rektozhan (Ray Rubeque) at deviantART



plantains? (Mike Lees) at Flickr



TheOriginalMimeShit (Cody Ozkenel) at deviantART



Jeff Proctor at Make Nonsense



Douglas Harrower at society6



The Mangusta at etsy



weja at deviantART

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What lies at the end of the emoji rainbow? It's not a pot of gold, but rather an exclamation point—a fitting way to round out the Every Emoji Ever print created by the design experts over at Pop Chart Lab.

As the name suggests, every emoji that's currently used in version 10.0.0 of Unicode is represented, which, if you're keeping track, is nearly 2400.

Each emoji was painstakingly hand-illustrated and arranged chromatically, starting with yellow and ending in white. Unicode was most recently updated last summer, with 56 emojis added to the family. Some of the newest members of the emoji clan include a mermaid, a couple of dinosaurs, a UFO, and a Chinese takeout box. However, the most popular emoji last year was the "despairing crying face." Make of that what you will.

Past posters from Pop Chart Lab have depicted the instruments played in every Beatles song, every bird species in North America, and magical objects of the wizarding world. The price of the Every Emoji Ever poster starts at $29, and if you're interested, the piece can be purchased here.

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8 City Maps Rendered in the Styles of Famous Artists
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Vincent van Gogh once famously said, "I dream my painting and I paint my dream." If at some point in his career he had dreamed up a map of Amsterdam, where he lived and derived much of his inspiration from, it may have looked something like the one below.

In a blog post from March, Credit Card Compare selected eight cities around the world and illustrated what their maps might look like if they had been created by the famous artists who have roots there.

The Andy Warhol-inspired map of New York City, for instance, is awash with primary colors, and the icons representing notable landmarks are rendered in his famous Pop Art style. Although Warhol grew up in Pittsburgh, he spent much of his career working in the Big Apple at his studio, dubbed "The Factory."

Another iconic and irreverent artist, Banksy, is the inspiration behind London's map. Considering that the public doesn't know Banksy's true identity, he remains something of an enigma. His street art, however, is recognizable around the world and commands exorbitant prices at auction. In an ode to urban art, clouds of spray paint and icons that are a bit rough around the edges adorn this map of England's capital.

For more art-inspired city maps, scroll through the photos below.

[h/t Credit Card Compare]

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