What was originally hand-drawn have now become hand-made sculptures.
Tokyo-based director Taku Inoue has gone viral in the past couple of months for his works depicting the funniest Tom and Jerry moments. To be more specific, he takes inspiration from Tom’s most unfortunate scenes.
Like that time he got turned into a bunch of bowling pins.
— Taku Inoue (@inouetable) November 16, 2018
Or that other time he got smacked in the face with a frying pan – and actually turned into one.
— Taku Inoue (@inouetable) October 18, 2018
Speaking to BuzzFeed, the Japanese creative said he usually sculpts in his spare time as a hobby and enjoys sculpting the iconic cartoon pair the most.
“Tom and Jerry had a big impact on my childhood, it’s influential to my creative work,” he said. “I’m very happy to see new Tom and Jerry fans created as a result of my work! Thank you Hanna-Barbera!”
— Taku Inoue (@inouetable) October 11, 2018
You can see more of Taku Inoue’s art on Twitter.
— Taku Inoue (@inouetable) October 2, 2018
— Taku Inoue (@inouetable) September 27, 2018
— Taku Inoue (@inouetable) September 13, 2018
— Taku Inoue (@inouetable) September 16, 2018
— Taku Inoue (@inouetable) October 5, 2018
Via Design Taxi