This Arrested Development Art Creates a Bluth Family Portrait

By: Amanda Greer - Published: • References: catherineamoore & lostateminor
The fourth season of Arrested Development may be over, but that hasn't stopped die-hard fans from producing some hilarious and quirky Arrested Development art, including these Bluth family portraits. Portrait creator Caroline Moore has created a series of goofy graphite drawings, each depicting a different member of the dysfunctional Bluth family.

Each portrait features a hyperrealistic rendering of a Bluth member in a rather unflattering pose. One particularly hilarious drawing shows Lucille Bluth in the middle of her "winking face," her eyes scrunched up and her mouth sagging. Another portrait shows G.O.B. Bluth looking sarcastically at something out of the portrait, his mouth twisted to the side in an unflattering smirk.

These portraits demonstrate the effect that pop culture can have on everyone from artists to musicians. A single television show has managed to inspired everything from real-life banana stands to these incredible portraits, proving that without creations like Arrested Development, the entertainment industry wouldn't be nearly as fruitful. Stats for Sketched Sitcom Character Portraits Trending: Older & Chilly
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