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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.

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