Artist’s Spotlight: @reallybadcartoons 

This week’s artist’s spotlight is on @reallybadcartoons !

  1. Tell me a little about yourself

“Hey Ladycult, my name is Joey P Curran and I am a cartoonist living in great ol’ Upstate New York. I have always been really into cartoons and have been doodling around my whole life – could never stay focused on much else.”

2. What 3 cartoons show growing up inspired your art and why?

“I grew up watching a lot of a local show called Pappyland.

I would spend hours at our coffee table drawing along with the main character Pappy Drewitt.

Looking back, that show is definitely what sparked my love for art.

As I got older, I shifted into watching stuff like Rocko’s Modern Life, Space Ghost Coast to Coast and Futurama, and getting into my grandparents’ Playboy collection. I would steal the pages with the comics and draw out my own versions.

Growing up in a strict, Catholic household, I naturally was addicted to the raunch/taboo cartoons. It was all a huge influence on my “style” for sure.”

3. Can you talk a little bit about your commission process?

“I just recently got into the whole commission thing. For a while I was straying away from low-brow art due to Instagram’s insane censorship but lately I have been back at it with the raunchier stuff. It’s been a lot more political, gory and perverse adult cartoons; which I enjoy the most. Typically prices range from $50-100 – dependent on size, time spent and the amount of detail. You can inquire about commissions, check out originals and what’s for sale at @reallybadcartoons on Instagram, email me at or

4. Do you have any exciting news or events that you would like to share:

“As for the future, I’m hoping to just keep digging into the community of perverts and weirdos I found myself in. I’ve been meeting a lot of cool people and falling into some fun opportunities like this one, thanks to the legend Ladycult! We all appreciate everything you do, peace!”

If you would like more information about Joey. The following contacting information is below:


thank you so much for the interview Joey!!!!

Until next time!

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