This Artist has Illustrated the Shopping Habits of Our Favorite Characters

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The French artist Linda Bouderbala has created a series of illustrations showing cult movie, TV, and cartoon characters visiting supermarkets and doing some weekend shopping. Not only are the pictures adorable, colorful, and pretty, but they also reveal a bit of personality of the character in their choice of what to buy.

Baymax

The adorable, inflatable robot that would help you whenever you needed help! I would absolutely love to be standing in line behind him at a supermarket. Look at him! Don’t you just want to give him a hug?

Unsurprisingly, Baymax is buying some scotch tape at the supermarket. If you were an inflatable robot, you’d want to have some on hand too! (Not to mention that the scotch tape gag was one of the funniest moments of the Big Hero 6 movie!)

Rapunzel

Rapunzel from tangled is (unsurprisingly) purchasing some hair products. Seems to me like she’s buying some detangling conditioner to help her take care of her incredibly long, luscious locks. Although, if I were her, I think I’d stock up and buy more than one bottle. Surely coming down from that high tower to go to the supermarket is too much of a hassle to be doing it every single day.

Rapunzel, buy in bulk!

Rick

See, you have to have a certain (high) level of intelligence to understand the joke in this picture.

Ryuk

The Shinigami (spirit of death) spent a ridiculous amount of his Death Note screen time eating apples. Unsurprisingly, the only thing he’d be buying in the supermarket is a large bag of apples.

That being said, maybe he should also buy a Tile to make sure his little notebook of death doesn’t get lost. I mean I know that he dropped it on purpose, but I’m sure a lot of the show’s key problems would be solved if only he’d bought the little bluetooth keychain for his notebook.

Olaf

Olaf from Frozen has the right idea! He spent quite a bit of time making sure that the deer doesn’t eat his carrot nose, so to save himself from all the trouble – why not just buy a large bag of carrots? It’s always best when you have enough to share with everyone.

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