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Mark Zuckerberg fan art is the creepiest thing ever

With Facebook friends like these, who needs enemies?

It appears as though Mark Zuckerberg’s standing as world’s most popular man in the universe might have its downsides. Namely, the sheer amount of unsolicited fan art posted on his wall on a regular basis.

Regularly riffing off portraits of Zuckerberg with wife and daughter – an immediate sign of creepiness – it’s not even very good, which makes it a) hilarious and b) even more unsettling.

Whether half of these paintings were done with tongue-in-cheek or simply because the artists genuinely believe he’s some 21st century deity we’re not sure, but we do know that they’re abominable.

Silver lining for the Zuks: it almost makes Jessie Eisenberg’s portrayal of him in The Social Network look flattering.

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