He lives in a pineapple under the sea… and he’s coming for your soul.
Kids the world over absolutely love SpongeBob Squarepants, the charming star of the same-named animated series that premiered back in 1999 and is still going strong to this day. The bright yellow sea sponge, who wears a white shirt, red tie and brown pants, may seem cute and cuddly in the world of animation, but oh boy does that cuteness go away when he enters our world.
3D artist Miguel Vasquez has terrified the internet this week with his “Best Friends Forever” project, which imagines both SpongeBob and friend Patrick Star (a pink starfish in the animated series) as, well, real life monstrosities. The speed sculpts were rendered in Keyshot, and they’re totally NSFC – not… safe… for… children.
Vasquez says that he’s working on Squidward next.
We’re not so sure we can handle that.
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