Some Dude Turned George Costanza Into Various Pop Culture Icons. Because, Why Not?

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Sure, now you can watch all of "Seinfeld" on Hulu and visit a replica of Jerry's Upper West Side apartment where so much of the show takes place. But if you need just a little more George Costanza in your life, artist Nicko Phillips has the solution. His "30 Days of Constanza" project illustrates George as various pop culture icons. 

"I wish I could say that there was some grandiose reasoning behind the project, or that Larry David came to me in my dreams and instructed me to complete it, but to be honest, I just thought it would look cool," Phillips told A Plus. 

Phillips tends to start lots of different projects at once, and become distracted before he finishes them. "To maintain my enjoyment, I needed to combine two of my greatest loves into the one project — a short, stocky, slow-witted bald man from Queens, and slightly outdated pop culture references," he said. "It's the perfect combo, really." 

Check out some of his Costanza illustrations below: 

1. The Terminator.

"The Terminator" 
"The Terminator"  www.nickophillips.com

2. Garfield.

"Garfield" 
"Garfield"  www.nickophillips.com

3. Snoop Dogg.

4. Princess Leia.

"Star Wars" 
"Star Wars"  www.nickophillips.com

5. Mrs. Doubtfire.

"Mrs. Doubtfire"
"Mrs. Doubtfire" www.nickophillips.com

6. Kirk Van Houten.

"The Simpsons"
"The Simpsons" www.nickophillips.com

7. Jules Winnfield.

"Pulp Fiction"
"Pulp Fiction" www.nickophillips.com

8. Crazy Joe Davola.

"Seinfeld" 
"Seinfeld"  www.nickophillips.com

9. Frank Reynolds.

"It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia" 
"It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia"  www.nickophillips.com

10. Nicki Minaj.

11. Wayne Campbell.

"Wayne's World" 
"Wayne's World"  www.nickophillips.com

12. David Bowie.

13. Mike Tyson.

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