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NICOLAS CAGE AS DISNEY PRINCESSES

I drew Nicolas Cage as Disney Princesses in 2013, which kicked off the "_______ as Disney Princesses" movement across the Internet. The princesses garnered millions of views on BuzzFeed and independently reached #1 on Reddit. Nicolas Cage unfortunately had a press junket for a film the next day and a bunch of people asked him about them. He seemed confused and proud.

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KANYE KISSING KANYE

I photoshopped Kanye kissing himself and the image has been spread all over the place. It made the rounds on all of the top meme-curating Instagram accounts, and an Australian graffiti artist even painted it on a wall in Sydney in an attempt to extort $100,000 (and a lifetime supply of shoes) out of Kanye himself. The internet is a weird place.

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JURASSIC PARK BUT THE DINOSAURS ARE FROM THE '90s TV SHOW DINOSAURS

I edited the dinosaurs from Dinosaurs into scenes from Jurassic Park and it was quickly spread across the internet, covered by I Fucking Love Science, Thrillist, Screen Rant, MovieWeb, and more. The mash-ups ended up as #1 on the front page of Reddit twice — once when a user photoshopped out my watermark, and again when I reposted the originals.

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FEATURED ON @MIDNIGHT

All of my Disney Princesses (and a few by others) were featured on @Midnight on Comedy Central. To my grandmother's delight, they called me a virgin; a true honor. For a couple years, Kristen Bell had my Cinderella Sloth as her Twitter avatar; an even truer honor.