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Apr 22, 2017 | 8:49 PM EDT
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This is my take on the theme of April; Tradigital. I combined the famous traditional artwork ''The last supper'', jazza's creations and favourites, and modern art (memes).
Jazza is pictured as keith ledgers joker, known for his amazing acting work.
next to jazza is the tale teller, serving a combination with the ''salt bae'' meme of last year. next to him is Jim from treasure planet, enacting ''Alex from target'' a viral photo from 2014.
next to jim and morph we have the purple giant from Newgrounds, enacting the ''but thats none of my business'' meme.
on the far right there is Witchblade getting idiot sandwiched by Gordan Ramsey.
Next to her is the Demon Assassin being Kim hardashians internet breaking champagne booty.
next to that , and right to jazza, is The Sexy Spider Whore, enacting the iconic ''MIley, whats good'' quote from Nicki MInaj.

~ All banter aside, I wanted to portay a more humoristic approach on the digital age. It's funny how all our expectations from all this technology never quite seem to align with how it actually works out. who could have ever thought 20 years ago that memes, and youtube would be a thing? I think I did a pretty good job portraying Jazza's personality (a quite digital artist) aswell as the digital humor, and combined that with the traditional composition and style from ''The last supper'' from 1495.

progress pic:
http://imgur.com/a/iqAKK

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JaymiemJaymiem

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This made me laugh, I love the idea behind it