There are many, many cartoons out there and every generation had different ones they watched when they were little. But most of us probably remember Tom and Jerry. The expressive, fun, and simple cartoon has a special place in many hearts and is very nostalgic nowadays. The love-hate relationship between Tom and Jerry made a lot of us laugh, cry, or even get mad at some points. That's what made the cartoon so special—well, that and the amazing animation, drawings, and creativity of the creators.
A Japanese artist named Taku Inoue decided to create these Tom and Jerry-inspired sculptures of the most ridiculous and physics-defying moments from the cartoon. He creates small and intricate sculptures and perfectly recreates the expression and movement of the animated characters. They look almost identical. The artist started sharing his work in 2018, went viral, and has been featured on Bored Panda two times before (Part 1 and Part 2).
What do you think of these sculptures? Do you remember the episodes these scenes are from? Tell us in the comments and don't forget to like your favorite ones! Also, whose side were you on? Tom's or Jerry's?