Horrible Celebrity Fan Art


Christian Bale

Bruce Willis and Mel Gibson

Samuel L. Jackson and Johnny Depp

Viggo Mortensen and Natalie Portman

Sylvester Stallone and Jack Nicholson

Dwayne Johnson and Jim Carrey

Bruce Lee and Nicolas Cage

Al Pacino and Eminem

Audrey Tautou as Amélie

Michael C. Hall as Dexter and Morgan Freeman

Twilight couple and Nicole Kidman

Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer

Justin Timberlake and Brad Pitt

Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter and Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber and Justin Timberlake

Christopher Walken and Tom Cruise

Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen


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  1. That's Jackie Chan September 8, 2014

    Not Bruce lee

  2. Old Blind Pew September 8, 2014

    This is supposed to be art? Since when are Hollywood stock photos considered art?

  3. Only thing that is even more horrible: to write down the names ABOVE the drawings…

  4. Bort Sampson September 8, 2014

    Harry Potter looks more like John Oliver than Daniel Radcliffe.

  5. Nicole Kidman looks more like Heather Graham

  6. Dewayne Johnson & Nickolas Cage are almost recognizable. Tom Cruise looks gay, so that’s not accurate.

  7. Border Guard September 8, 2014

    Christopher Walken +1

  8. The Christopher Walken one is amazing

  9. The two Justin Bieber pictures are just about right, the rest are just terrible.

  10. There’s got to be a whole gallery of just bad Twilight art. Every girl under 20 had it hanging on her wall.

  11. Zaphod Beeblebrox September 9, 2014

    Brad Pitt looks like Bill Murray

  12. Tom Cruise is the Jesus of Scientology in his drawing.

  13. There goes Shovel Face

  14. Bruce Willis looks like Vin Diesel

  15. I kinda like the one of Walken.

  16. They tried. It’s not like any one of you could have done better

  17. This really frightened me!!!!

  18. Nicolas Cage looks good for the first time

  19. That David Schwimmer one is like he let a silent one loose

  20. Bruce Willis’ latest role: the missing link.

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