These Ted Parker illustrations are the type of art with no boundaries that tends to stir up the imaginative mind, making people laugh, cry and analyze.
Parker's black and white caricatures incorporate animals and humans that look alike, capable of doing the same things such as dancing, drinking and interacting as terrestrial beings. Viewers can see that the facial expressions on every character, human or not, is the same; they're quirky, wide-eyed and mostly smiling.
This artist's work feels as if there's no definitive meaning attempting to make people think, rather, making the audience feel pure joy. Whether it's dancing lions, party-goers being rowdy or dogs smoking, Parker sure knows how to whip up positive-enforcing illustrations that project a comical feel.
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