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Here’s the Instagram bio for the account that turns Dan Bilzerian’s iconic photos into brilliant pieces of watercolor art: “I am 7yo artist, inspired by King of The World Dan Bilzerian!” The account, @danbilzerianized, currently sits at 3,771 followers after being live for only two weeks. You’ll see why after perusing his work. It’s fantastic.
Below are a few side-by-side comparisons of the real photos from Bilzerian’s account and the youngster’s work.
In the above piece, notice the seven-year-old’s creative decision to remove the top from the sexy blonde on the right. Interesting, isn’t it? It makes one ponder what the artist was attempting to portray here. Is the now-topless blonde somehow expressing herself in a more natural state to command her existential presence and proclaim her womanhood in one fell swoop? Something else, perhaps? Or simply because tits? It’s a thinker.
And some more of the seven-year-old’s work:
Okay, so there’s no way of knowing if the artist behind these drawings is actually seven years old (0% chance he is), but I love the persona. Picturing a child thanking a grown man–with his eyes on the great ass behind him and thoughts of “#thatassthough” in his mind–is just great comedy.