Festivus has come early this year, in the form of an amazing new campaign that every single Seinfeld fan out there needs to start following immediately. Well, if you don’t mind your worlds colliding, of course. (“George is getting angry!”)
Meet Nicko Phillips, the Melbourne native mastermind behind some of our favourite artwork to ever surface from Seinfeld‘s long television history. Why is that? Because his creations not only celebrate the character that was George Costanza, but they embrace all sorts of artists and characters from various shows, movies and bands over the years. Every day for 30 days, Phillips is redesigning old Georgie with a pop-culture twist, and we can’t wait to see what he comes up with next. Observe.
Here’s the original.
But with a little hair and a hat, suddenly we’re ready to party on.
Throw some face paint on and suddenly we find ourselves singing “Let’s Dance.”
Well, George COULD have been a single father… if he’d stayed with any of those women long enough.
We totally dig the Star Wars reference too. No gender discrimination here.
Oh George. The jerk store called, and we want more of you.
Now excuse us while we go rewatch some of our favourite Seinfeld episodes.