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Internet People
I drew these portraits of strange YouTube folks a couple years ago. It’s amazing how many of these weird characters come and go in your memory. I think I may need to draw some new ones. 
 

Internet People: GOOBY
The trailer for this Canadian family film was so unintentionally scary and weird that it became an internet classic. The enormous furrie looks exactly like that terrifying fellatio bear in “The Shining”. Also you have Eugene Levy with Wolverine’s haircut. And comic sans… alot of comic sans.

Internet People: GOOBY

The trailer for this Canadian family film was so unintentionally scary and weird that it became an internet classic. The enormous furrie looks exactly like that terrifying fellatio bear in “The Shining”. Also you have Eugene Levy with Wolverine’s haircut. And comic sans… alot of comic sans.

Little Superstar… Still one of the greatest Internet People after all this time?


 Hell yes.


hell yes.

Little Superstar… 
Still one of the greatest Internet People after all this time?

Hell yes.

hell yes.

"Exile on Meme Street"My internet twist on the most raucous Rolling Stones album. 
For a closer look, click here!

"Exile on Meme Street"

My internet twist on the most raucous Rolling Stones album. 



For a closer look, click here!

INTERNET PEOPLE: Sara Carlson
"…Fly, Fly, Fly!.."
Sara is an amazing woman. She sings like a sensual enchantress and dances like an erotic eel (and at some points, a chicken). In this video from a 1984 Italian TV variety show, she beckons the audience to fly with her to paradise. Meanwhile, tuxedoed regazzos pop-lock and crab-walk around the floor like her demented minions. Every so often the crowd applauds. Life is a game…

INTERNET PEOPLE: Sara Carlson

"…Fly, Fly, Fly!.."

Sara is an amazing woman. She sings like a sensual enchantress and dances like an erotic eel (and at some points, a chicken). In this video from a 1984 Italian TV variety show, she beckons the audience to fly with her to paradise. Meanwhile, tuxedoed regazzos pop-lock and crab-walk around the floor like her demented minions. Every so often the crowd applauds. Life is a game…

INTERNET PEOPLE: Ragetoons Guy
I honestly don’t know where this meme started or who started it. I’m not even sure what makes it so funny. But everytime it shows up on my Tumblr dashboard I read it and laugh.  FFFFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-

INTERNET PEOPLE: Ragetoons Guy

I honestly don’t know where this meme started or who started it. I’m not even sure what makes it so funny. But everytime it shows up on my Tumblr dashboard I read it and laugh.  FFFFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-

INTERNET PEOPLE: South American Gnome
One of the most underreported news stories of 2009 was when a town in Argentina was “terrorized” by a gnome (or a dwarf with a traffic cone on his head). Even the New York Times dropped the ball on this, despite the proof existing right here on this video tape. It has to be real, because no fakers could have ever thought up the creepy way it walks sideways. That is just strange, and as we all know, truth is stranger than fiction.

INTERNET PEOPLE: South American Gnome

One of the most underreported news stories of 2009 was when a town in Argentina was “terrorized” by a gnome (or a dwarf with a traffic cone on his head). Even the New York Times dropped the ball on this, despite the proof existing right here on this video tape. It has to be real, because no fakers could have ever thought up the creepy way it walks sideways. That is just strange, and as we all know, truth is stranger than fiction.

INTERNET PEOPLE: Ottoman Humpers
Does furniture desire fornication? And if so, is it “vibing” other furniture items or does it have unrequited crushes on the humans who sit on it? In this Youtube classic, a posse of young human men have their way with an ottoman footstool. Whether this upholstered item was promiscuous, lucky, or simply a victim will forever remain a mystery. But we can all be sure of one thing: those guys really knew how to hump (… an ottoman.)

INTERNET PEOPLE: Ottoman Humpers

Does furniture desire fornication? And if so, is it “vibing” other furniture items or does it have unrequited crushes on the humans who sit on it? In this Youtube classic, a posse of young human men have their way with an ottoman footstool. Whether this upholstered item was promiscuous, lucky, or simply a victim will forever remain a mystery. But we can all be sure of one thing: those guys really knew how to hump (… an ottoman.)

INTERNET PEOPLE: Keyboard Cat
The more you analyze the appeal of Keyboard Cat the less powerful he becomes. There’s not really much to say. It’s a cat playing a keyboard. If you are a human being, you will see the humor in that.

INTERNET PEOPLE: Keyboard Cat

The more you analyze the appeal of Keyboard Cat the less powerful he becomes. There’s not really much to say. It’s a cat playing a keyboard. If you are a human being, you will see the humor in that.

INTERNET PEOPLE: David After Dentist
“Is this real life?”
There’s nothing like your first existential experience. That first moment you step outside your material body and look at the world through the cosmic lens of an adjacent dimension and see your father watching you with his four eyes…laughing. And then it gets to be too much for your spirit and you ask yourself “Is this going to be forever?”

INTERNET PEOPLE: David After Dentist

“Is this real life?”

There’s nothing like your first existential experience. That first moment you step outside your material body and look at the world through the cosmic lens of an adjacent dimension and see your father watching you with his four eyes…laughing. And then it gets to be too much for your spirit and you ask yourself “Is this going to be forever?”

INTERNET PEOPLE: Speak The Hungarian Rapper
“Stop the war. I don’t want a war. Business. Yeeuh. Come on.”
One of my favorite Internet People songs comes from a bald goon named Speak who slowly walks the dreary hills of Hungary with his pale friends. Though he calls himself a rapper and gives a shot out to his “black brothers: Dre, Snoop, Puff, L, Tupac Shakur”, his vocal style would be more accurately referred to as talking.
In rudimentary English he repeats his pacifist plea again and again. You may laugh at the music, but you can’t deny the power of Speak’s naive sentiment because… well… we don’t want a war. It resonates more than any of Bob Dylan’s protest songs.

INTERNET PEOPLE: Speak The Hungarian Rapper

“Stop the war. I don’t want a war. Business. Yeeuh. Come on.”

One of my favorite Internet People songs comes from a bald goon named Speak who slowly walks the dreary hills of Hungary with his pale friends. Though he calls himself a rapper and gives a shot out to his “black brothers: Dre, Snoop, Puff, L, Tupac Shakur”, his vocal style would be more accurately referred to as talking.

In rudimentary English he repeats his pacifist plea again and again. You may laugh at the music, but you can’t deny the power of Speak’s naive sentiment because… well… we don’t want a war. It resonates more than any of Bob Dylan’s protest songs.