Hilariously Bad Celebrity Portraits by Twitter Picasso

Australian “artist” Twitter Picasso creates ballpoint celebrity portraits and they are terrible. The illustrations are so bad, they are actually good.

The purposefully grotesque caricatures are full of small details inspired by the subjects’ tattoos, clothing, and body shape, offering a hilariously accurate take on some of the most famous people in the entertainment industry. Scroll down to see the best (worst?) examples!

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