The Walken Dead and Toe-bias Fünke: A Punny Collection of Hanksy Street Art

Purveyor of celebrity-themed puns and hybrid creatures, street artist Hanksy has adorned Los Angeles with yet another creative cast of characters. As a sort of antithesis to the serious sanctimoniousness of some street art, Hanksy prefers to make jokes that involve Will Ferrell Cats or Nicolas Cage Against the Machine.

Hanksy was taken in by the police just as he added the finishing touches onto the Weird Gal Yankovic design—though the police were reportedly delighted by the pun and took lots of photographs as they handcuffed the street artist. Hansky is preparing for an upcoming solo exhibition at Gallery1988 in LA, which opens May 24.

Scroll down for an abundant offering of the jokester's latest inventions, including a ferociously overjoyed Ghost-Buster Bluth, hook and all.

The Walken Dead and Toe-bias Fünke: A Punny Collection of Hanksy Street Art

Pee-Wee Merman with a gingham tail, obviously.

The Walken Dead and Toe-bias Fünke: A Punny Collection of Hanksy Street Art

DJamie Foxx looking mildly displeased.

The Walken Dead and Toe-bias Fünke: A Punny Collection of Hanksy Street Art

Toe-bias Fünke. Did anyone else see Walter Egg White for half a second? I mean, it's a toe for sure, this was just a momentary lapse.

The Walken Dead and Toe-bias Fünke: A Punny Collection of Hanksy Street Art

The Walken Dead, although I will point to you to my favorite Walken pun, here.

The Walken Dead and Toe-bias Fünke: A Punny Collection of Hanksy Street Art

Flock of Segels. That man always looks so happy to be where he is.

The Walken Dead and Toe-bias Fünke: A Punny Collection of Hanksy Street Art

Weird Gal Yankovic. Eh.

The Walken Dead and Toe-bias Fünke: A Punny Collection of Hanksy Street Art

The Whizard of Oz. That would be one James Franco, apparently giggling on a toilet seat.

The Walken Dead and Toe-bias Fünke: A Punny Collection of Hanksy Street Art

[Hansky, image via Jared Soule]