Today we are introducing an artist who loves to give his comics unexpected endings and twists, making them hilarious on the way. Torbjørn Lien, aka “Chezcukoo,” has been creating comics for over 20 years and has no plans to stop anytime soon.
According to the artist, he was six when he discovered the Norwegian Walt Disney comic magazine Donald Duck which taught him how to read. He was nine when he started to make comics, and at 15 years old, he got a comic published in a local newspaper.
The artist feels inspired by Mort Walker’s ‘Beetle Bailey,’ Dik Browne’s ‘Hägar the Horrible,’ and Gordon Bess’ ‘Redeye.’ All classical American cartoons.
Please scroll down and enjoy our best picks from Torbjørn Lien’s gallery.
Dark humor must be the most efficient way to engage and entertain a certain audience that likes different comedic overtones. Few can master the art of being funny with tragic overtones in a personal or communal context. #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16 #17 #18 #19 […]
Raising a child is challenging yet rewarding and illustrating just that is Anastasiya Lykova’s cute comic series. This series is a way for the artist to document her bitter-sweet journey and experience of becoming a mom. #2 My smart boy #3 Sticker phase #4 Creepy voices #5 Surrender under the spell #6 Just tell me […]
Today we want to introduce you to a talented artist who transforms some of our favorite characters into unique artworks. The artist’s name is Elena Manetta and she excelled in the #StyleChallenge where artists draw reimagining different ideas or cartoon styles. #2 Mr. Gar looking good! #3 Should I be concerned? #4 Heros be heros […]