Artist Continues to Create Illustrations Show What Famous Characters Would Buy at The Supermarket

According to an artist Linda Bouderbala (previously): “I have already shared with you some of my work showing what famous characters would buy at the supermarket—check out my post here. Here come a bunch of new customers with their own needs!

I’ve always loved pop culture characters and I find them to be an endless source of inspiration. I love to draw them, but I like to find ideas around them even more. The advantage of fanart is that since these characters are already known to everyone, we can go further and find ideas that are offbeat in relation to their personality and their shortcomings.”

More: Linda Bouderbala, Instagram h/t: boredpanda























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