Sunday Picnic (WARNING: Deliciously Twisted)

Picnic. Rob Sheridan / Creative Commons


In the second of my 226,000 part series (as yet unnamed) in which I help promote my favorite photographs and artwork bearing a Creative Commons attribution license, I would like to introduce my readers to the amazing work of Rob Sheridan. Picnic is his latest piece, in honor of the Fourth of July, and I think everyone will agree it's as twisted as it is hilarious. I encourage everyone to check out his entire collection of work at his Flickr account and at his Sketchblog: Rob-Sheridan.com.

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