Comedian Paul F. Tompkins is one of the stars of the very funny Netflix series Bojack Horseman. He plays a charming dog-man named Mr. Peanutbutter. Artist Lisa Hanawalt is the production designer for the show, and one of her signatures is insanely detailed clothing - in fact, she designs textiles IRL.
Paul was so taken with one of his character’s costumes, a spangled fuchsia suit, that he had his tailor recreate it in real life. It looks pretty spectacular, and Paul’s one of the few people I can think of with the panache to pull it off. Well played.
The last in our lil’ series of award-nominated stuff from LP: The Secret Lives of Chefs by Lisa Hanawalt! This comic also appears in her upcoming book MY DIRTY DUMB EYES, published by Drawn & Quarterly.
Lisa Hanawalt, who you may remember from such white hot Lucky Peach hits as The Secret Lives of Chefs, has a handful of copies of her new zine left. It is called Save a Horse, Ride a Hanawalt and the image above is stolen from it and it costs $8 and you should buy it now before it’s too late and you have to ice down a bottle of wine and cry yourself to sleep (again).
UPDATE: it’s gone! Miss it? For shame. Go follow Lisa’s tumblr and twitter (@lisadraws — seriously, she and drawer Jillian Tamaki aka @dirtbagg are two of my favorite persons on the Twitter) so you don’t mess up like that again. And get me some more ice for my wine while you’re up.