Pop Culture-Inspired Artworks Imagine The Secret Lives Of Cartoon Characters



Images by Ed Harrington and featured with permission

When adulting gets difficult, many retreat to watching cartoons from their childhoods for a sweet hit of nostalgia—but what if the world wasn’t as kind to your favorite characters?

Comic artist Ed Harrington imagines deeper, darker sides of pop culture characters that television producers and animators might have kept from you.

In these grotesque illustrations, some cartoon universes overlap, and you’ll soon learn why crossovers aren’t all that good for the ecosystem.

View some childhood-ruining images below, and follow Harrington on his website and Instagram for more.

A post shared by Ed Harrington (@nothinghappenedtoday) on May 6, 2018 at 5:05pm PDT

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A post shared by Ed Harrington (@nothinghappenedtoday) on Dec 26, 2017 at 5:00pm PST

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A post shared by Ed Harrington (@nothinghappenedtoday) on Apr 26, 2017 at 5:05pm PDT

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[Images by Ed Harrington and featured with permission]

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