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Musical artists illustrated as hilarious puns

Adele Boy. Jarvis Knocker. Lion May.

While these might sound like atrociously-named tribute acts, they are in fact artworks illustrated especially for the sake of music and puns. Which, let’s be honest, are two bloody good reasons.

Huddersfield-based group Mockstars are behind the hilarious works, including such sterling efforts as Apple Macca and TV Wonder; two giants of music humbled with a visual zinger. And it's work that you can snap up from the company's website here.

Click the gallery below to see the very best.



Stunning Posters of Lost UK Music Destinations

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Alternative Jurassic World Posters


Daft Punk are now selling yo-yos and frisbees


A superb minimalist poster tribute to TV series


Haunting New True Detective Motion Posters


Disturbingly Realistic Pokemon Artwork



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Baby Jesus statue in Canada criticised after 'shocking' restoration

A holy cock up

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This man tried to shoplift a venetian blind stuffed down his trousers

Fair play

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Great men tells us about the greatest beer they ever had

Irvine Welsh, Idris Elba, Frank Turner, Ken Loach & more

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This letter from George Bush to Bill Clinton shows Trump what class is

From one President to another

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Charlie Brooker on nostalgia, social media and Black Mirror

The Black Mirror creator has his say on the filmmaker's criticism of modern TV

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An ode to Kumbuka, the gorilla who escaped and downed 5l of squash

Let's take a moment to savour ZSL London's great primate escape, the hero we all want to be

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30 times Gary Lineker said what we were all thinking

Unafraid to speak his mind - and usually right

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Stephen Hawking thinks A.I. could be worst thing to happen to humanity

Run for the hills, the machines are about to take over

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