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Gerald Leung Renders Animals as Rambunctious Gang Members

 - Mar 7, 2012
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If you think wild animals are hard to control, wait until you lay your eyes on these Gerald Leung drawings. Depicting humanoid beasts as members of a biker gang, it’s safe to say Leung’s eclectic bunch is the very definition of outlaw behavior. How much more badass can you get than a one-armed elephant with an eye patch and a pentagram tattooed onto his forehead? Even his tamed drawing of a bat in skinny jeans is infinitely more sinister than what most other illustrators can come up with.

Gerald Leung is a Sydney, Australia-based artist who enjoys creating dark and bizarre characters. On his personal website, he cites "nature, cartoons, kaiju monsters, myths, post apocalyptic scenarios and society’s sub-cultures," as his influences.