Charles M. Schulz's Peanuts comic--and television show--is one of the most popular comic strips of all time. The kooky personalities of Woodstock, Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Franklin, Peppermint Patty, Lucy, Linus and Sally Brown have created an array of 'Peanuts'-inspired innovations.
With this cluster, which includes everything from Charlie Brown ball caps to real life 'toons, you won't be able to stop quoting your favorite holiday specials!
Implications - Iconic cartoons such as Peanuts have managed to inspire many different mediums. Commonly, pop culture junkies use iconic cartoons through art and fashion with ideas such as animated anatomy art and Charlie Brown ball caps. The pop culture junkies use these as outlets to project their affection for the product or show.
From Charlie Brown Ball Caps to Real Life 'Toons
Cartoon Canine Makeovers
The Peanuts Snoopy Receives Some High-Fashion Clothes
Giant Ghoul Statues
Ron English & Garageworks Team Up for Massive Macabre Charlie Brown
Giant Pumpkin Growing
The Next Hip Hobby?
Recreating Retro Cartoons
New Peanuts Webisodes on iTunes
Dramatic Weather Lamps
Literal Cartoon Renderings
Phil Jones Paints the Entire Peanuts Gang On Peanuts
Cartoon Canine Headphones
Snoopy Headphones Make Woodstock Happy
Charlie Brown Ball Caps
New Era Japan Finds Inspiration in 'Peanuts'
Quirky Knitted ‘Gummbah' Catchphrases
Animated Anatomy Art
Cartoon Skeleton Sketches
Real Life 'Toons
Charlie Brown Gets A Step Closer to Reality Thanks to Tim O'Brien