A street art ad for The World’s End, starring
Michael Hutchence Simon Pegg and Chris Evans Nick Frost.
Mike was tired of it. Tired of lowering himself to telling jokes, only to hurt himself in the process over, and over again. Mike decided to have a talk with Sully about it, but was continuously avoided. Angered, Mike followed Sully one day, only to realize he was headed for the home of Mike’s girlfriend, Celia. Mike rushed home, shocked to find the two talking. His anger got the best of him and he attacked Sully. Out of defense, Sully struck Mike, catching his one-eye. Out of confusion and anger, Mike launched his nimble body into Sully, piercing him with his horns, killing him. [more]
Below, previous childhood ruinations: Donald The Duck, Yoshi – Maxed Out, Bert and Ernie – My Brother’s Keeper, Eve and The Cook.
Frida Kahlo (and friend, snubbed cat in background), Salvador Dali (with his pet ocelot, Babou); Pablo Picasso (with Minou); Gustav Klimt (with Katze); Ai Wei Wei (with Lai Lai – one of his 40 cats); Jean Cocteau (with Karoun); Henri Matisse (with either Minouche or Coussi) and Andy Warhol (who once owned 25 cats, all called Sam.)