And since no one had had this idea of turn Tom’s funniest moments into sculptures? Tom and Jerry’s famous cat has been the star of a series of very creative sculptures and a lot of fun to have a great time just looking at them.
We already know the sad fate of Tom and as always he wants to catch the mouse Jerry. But we already know the story, it will be impossible to do so. That is why this Japanese artist has taken his time creating these ingenious sculptures to capture those moments in which poor Tom is smashed or simply crushed to almost become part of the furniture in the house.
Taku Inoue is the Japanese artist who has taken those moments to turn them into sculptures full of life and color to put poor Tom in those funny moments, but quite sad for himself; although he always took it well.
Tom and Jerry was created in 1940 by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and reached 163 animated shorts to become a pop culture icon. In fact, an animated series that did not leave anyone indifferent and that became part of the golden age of this artistic discipline and that today has been relegated by 3D technology; we have a Spanish animated film that we encourage you to know and that is based on the life of Luis Buñuel.
There are many moments that Inoue has captured with her sculptures and that are really laughable. We have poor Tom in a glass almost being head and legs, or almost transformed into a nightstand with his legs being that, table legs.
Or your face totally cast “An iron” by being stamped with it and having the entire face flat. Very funny moments and that serve as inspiration to take Coyote from Warner himself and devise those funny moments ourselves.