Taku Inoue Tom and Jerry Tom Sculptures

This one is going to make you laugh. These are sculptures created by Japanese artist Taku Inoue, depicting Tom from Tom and Jerry when he was, well, not exactly in his best shape. Not exactly the model most artists would chose to go with when recreating fictional characters, but Inoue did anyways and the results, as you can see, are pretty hilarious (and bizarre). Anywho, you know how is it with Tom and Jerry. They never get along mostly and the results are, Tom giving Jerry a bad time, which almost always ended with Tom on the receiving end of the ‘bad time’.

Often during the Tom Cat’s pursuit of this witty mouse, Tom often would end up hilariously malformed. Like who knew Tom is in fact an unwilling shapeshifter, right? In the cartoon world, specifically Tom and Jerry’s world, Tom has often gone out of shape, like how his entire face sunken in when hit by a billiard ball and how he was malformed into the shape of the mouse hole when the chased Jerry through it. Those were the scenes, along with the never-get-old tail mutilation, that make us laugh out loud up to this day. And now, that the thing about Tom and Jerry that makes us laugh out loud now include Taku Inoue’s Tom and Jerry Tom Sculptures too.

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Image: Taku Inoue.

Source: Laughing Squid.