Garbage Pail Kids were big business in the '80s - everybody seemed to have a collection, and we traded them the way kids used to trade baseball cards. And because they were such a big part of our childhoods, that means there are a lot of artists out there who remember them fondly and want to make their own. We start with Luis Diaz:
And next, Layron DeJarnette:
For more like this, you can visit Garbage Pail Kids Customs, which features lots of GPK-inspired art.