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Monday, September 3, 2018

Special Art of the Day #263: Zootopia -The Roaring 20's

Stylized Zootopia by aca-draw
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Cue the music, Maestro

The 1920s, flappers, gangsters,and prohibition; it was the era that saw the birth of flagpole-sitting, barnstorming, and speakeasies. Before the decade was out an Italian immigrant named Charles Ponzi would give his name to one of history's greatest hustles, and a former airmail pilot named Charles Lindbergh, would complete the most legendary solo flight of all time.

Here then is a collection of Zootopia Fanart, dedicated to those bygone days.

Enjoy...and don't forget to show the original artists some love by clicking on the source links.

Get your art after the break!



Early concept drawing of Mr. Big as a 20's era gangster.
Early Mr. Big Concept by Cory Loftis
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Nick and Judy dressed up as 1920's gangsters for Hallowe'en.
Gansters of Zootopia by amberlina-cha
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Baccano Zootopai by richardah
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Nick goes for some bootleg hooch

"Trust me Carrots, I can handle the stuff."
"The last time you said that, you ended up singing on top of a flagpole--NAKED!"
Giggle Water by yelnatst
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Judy looks good as a flapper, doesn't she?
Flapper Judy by yelnats
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So does Gazelle.

A Flapper and her Gangster by Houndpool
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All right, hold it; this is going too far!
Nickie the Moocher by fanartiguess
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Finnick as a bootlegger.
"...and stop calling me 'Newsie!'
Bootlegger by yelnats
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As an enforcer.
Gangster Finnick by thatotherwhaleoil
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"Nick you're getting so you can dish it out, but you just can't take it any more."
 -- Paraphrasing Edward G. Robinson in Little Caesar
Little Gangster by yelnats
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Every good gangster needs a moll
Next to I love you by yelnats
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"Stick with me kid, I'll take you right to the top."
She and Him by yelnats
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All I see are wings by yelnats
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Yeah, it figures THIS guy would be a hoodlum.
Gangster Weez by @Rastoons
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But Nick and Judy are ready for him.
Gangster Nick and Judy by Random-Bard
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Seriously ready; that's a B.A.R. Judy's carrying.
Nick Wilde and Judy Hopps Gangstas by sword-of-akasha
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This picture always calls to mind the opening verse from Another One Bites the Dust by Queen
Let's wrap this up (Zootopia Fanart) by neytrix
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Nick as a Hit Fox
Slick Nick’s Slick by eightspartans
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And again, a little more serious.
Wilde Gangster by yelnats
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Even more serious.
Mafia Nick by thatotherwhaleoil
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The most serious of all.
(The quote is from the film, Road to Perdition, starring Tom Hanks and Paul Newman.)
Perdition by fox-drifter
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They didn't call the 1920s The Jazz Age for nothing.
Roaring 20s by raptorchap
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Nick and Judy as a pair of 1920s Tax Agents.  Wait, what?  Nick Wilde enforcing tax laws?
Bureau of Prohibiton ft. Zootopia by yelnats
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I have no idea as to whether or not the animal to whom Judy is reading the Riot Act is a real species, but this is such a dead-on rendition of a 20s-era police photograph, it had to be included.
z23 by Heni
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And so as Nick and Judy prepare to dance the night away at their favorite speakeasy, we bid afond farewell to the Roaring 20s
Zootopia Art Deco by yelnats
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Until next time,,,

2 comments:

  1. #25 that is a furry species created by someone known as Mick. They are called Sergals and come in two types, Northern and Southern. That's all I know.

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  2. Great ideas, i love your article. It gives me more ideas on home to organize my room with my shoes and stuff for my children.Keep up the good work
    - earn to die

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