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Teo Zirinis Created an Image Series to Depict Fictional Monster Issues

 - Sep 14, 2015
References: handsoffmydinosaur & laughingsquid
Artist Teo Zirinis created a collection of fictional monster posters that display real-life grievances that these particular creatures might actually have -- if they were real. The entire collection is an ongoing project that incorporates mythical, magical and completely fictional monsters.

The infamous creatures that appear in these minimally illustrated images include a dragon, the Kraken, Godzilla, a vampire and a cyclops. Each of the cartoon illustrations is accompanied by a grievance or sad quote that the monster would likely say if they were real.

For example, the Loch Ness Monster's image says: "I never look good in photos" while the Godzilla images says "I hate modern architecture." The creatures might be fictional, but their well-known stories are common knowledge, which makes these images quite humorous.