At first glance, this stall appears to be basketball-themed. But on closer inspection, it really pays tribute to the similar but little-known game of Baskelball. On the right-hand side, you'll find the obligatory 'sexy woman' image, and boy does she like Baskelball... and Players!
Actually, I'm not sure that is a woman, more a collection of body parts thrown together. And not necessarily in the right order.
Up top, there's a collection of the Baskelball Players that Ms. Frankenstein likes so much, including these two...
Now I don't know much about sport, but it seems that in Baskelball the Players score points by sticking their tongue out while jumping and grabbing their crotch. The uniform is a vest top and a pencil skirt.
Also, it's a very inclusive sport - one of the top players is a transvestite dwarf with size 18 feet.
Beyond that, the stall is short on specifics. But I'm sure it's a thrilling game, and I can't wait until the Baskelball World Cup!
Roll up! Roll up! Witness the bog-eyed Elvis Presley, marvel at the chubby Marilyn Monroe, fear the baroque anatomy of bad funfair art!
This blog is dedicated to the unintentionally hilarious art found on many a funfair/carnival attraction. I've been laughing at this stuff for years, but there's not much of it on the 'net.
You've probably seen this stuff yourself - it's usually a bizarre mix of celebrities and naked women, or a random selection of unlicensed Disney and Looney Tunes characters.
Marylin Monroe, Elvis Presley, James Dean and Stan Laurel are all common sights, as are Arnold Schwarzenegger and Pamela Anderson. But the thing is, at funfairs, they usually look more like a chubby or bog-eyed lookalike than the stars themselves.
I'm not saying that I'm a great artist or that I could do better - I probably couldn't - but then I don't call myself a professional artist and charge money to spraypaint funfair rides, either.