“Icons Unmasked”: Alex Solis Unmasks Famous Characters in Hilarious Series of Illustrations

In an ongoing series entitled, “Icons Unmasked”, artist and illustrator Alex Solis imagines what the true identities of famous characters in tv and film might be. The Wisconsin-based artist uses a wacom tablet to draw his digital illustrations and he has amassed a huge following online for his entertaining artworks.

Below you will find some of my personal favorites, but you can find dozens more here, here and here.

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