There is no doubt that the world of Reddit has no limits to what you can find. It is like a frenzy of fast paced conversation with its own inhabitants and language. One artist embraced the flaws of other users and has created a series of artwork based on movie title typos. It’s exactly what you think.
According to his Twitter bio, Austin Light draws pictures on lunch breaks and doodle in meetings, and we are so glad he does. For the entire month of October, or Inktober, he took it upon himself to envision what movie typo titles would look like had they actually been movies. Needless to say, his designs have gone completely viral. What we didn’t know about this writer by day and artist by night, is that his portfolio of work is so successful, he already has a store where you can purchase prints and gear with his drawings on them.
We won’t be surprised if his website crashes because since the drawings were posted on Reddit two days ago, he has received over 800 e-mails request for prints of his art. We can definitely understand why his drawings have become so popular and you will too. Currently, he has made one of the most popular designs, “Pup Fiction” available for order. The e-commerce website, Society6, is even offering you free shipping until November 9th!
Here are some of our favorite drawings from Inktober. See the full collection on Imgur.
“The story of how a police officer works through his PTSD and adjusts to his new robotic implants with the help of the sexy soothing sound of his oboe.”
2. Finding Emo
“An insufferable teenage fish runs away from home. His father contemplates searching for him.”
3. Pup Fiction
“Two mob hit dogs go after a poodle who wrote a slanderous op-ed about their boss.”
4. Mr. & Mrs. Sith
“Mr. and Mrs. Sith Two Jedi abandon the order for love. Also to shoot lightning from their hands. Because that’s cool.”
“A pregnant teen climbs to the top of the Uno rec league championship tournament.”
Which move title typo drawing is your favorite?
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