“Brooklyn Nine-Nine is a woman’s world. When its women show
their vulnerability, it’s not strictly because they’re women. They’re
vulnerable because they’re human, just as any of Nine-Nine’s
male characters are. The women aren’t portrayed as being in petty
competition with one another or absorbed by romantic pursuits. And
they’re rewarded for their endeavors based on merit rather than gender.
It might not be the same way if you walked into your local police
precinct, but if nothing else, shouldn’t a successful television sitcom
be able to idealize a more equal world for us? After all, when you take
tacky gender-specific jokes out of the equation, you make room for some
really smart, thoughtful humor to shine. And that’s exactly what Brooklyn Nine-Nine
does, which poses the question: wouldn’t it be nice if more of our pop
culture wasn’t preoccupied with the differences between men and women,
and just let everyone be people instead?”
So Stephanie Beatriz (who plays Rosa in the tv-show “Brooklyn nine-nine”) commissioned me to do this illustration of the whole cast. It has been a really nice job and I had a great time doing the illustration and also the packages with the prints! (Click on the image to see all the details).
“Andy adds something to every scene he’s in. A shockingly high number of his improv takes make it into the episodes,The only danger when you’re working with somebody like him is you can become a lazy writer. ‘Andy can fix it!’ ” _ Dan Goor