Do you know what I hate about Twitter? I hate that it’s full of racist, misogynistic, homophobic twats.
I also hate that my pure banter only gets three likes after I spend hours of dreaming of what I’ll do with my newly found viral wealth.
What I do like about Twitter comes in the form of ridiculous art.
Andy Riley, the artist behind best-selling The Book of Bunny Suicides: Little Fluffy Rabbits Who Just Don’t Want to Live Any More* vowed to draw Jason Statham “doing something” for every like his post got.
* Thanks for illustrating in a book with such an infuriatingly lengthy title. It was wonders typing that.
At the time of writing this article, Andy’s Tweet only had seven likes, so it was nice and simple for him. Well, it was seven plus 9,393 more likes.
From resting after taking the bins out, to opening a jam jar, Andy has (so far) drawn nearly 30 pictures of Jason Statham, and whilst he hasn’t kept to his promise of drawing 9.4k versions of the The Transporter star, all 29 renditions of him are beyond excellent.
I could write more less-than-average gags about Jason Statham, but instead, I’m just going to post some of the greatest illustrations. (I mean, you could just see them all for yourself on Twitter, but… I wouldn’t get the ad revenue then, would I?)