Your running, curated exhibition of Jim Carrey's most bonkers portraits

Jim Carrey (Photo: Getty Images)
Jim Carrey (Photo: Getty Images)

Jim Carrey has been the talk of the internet for some time now for his ongoing series of satirical portraits offering opinions about political and social issues. The actor, who is unusually prolific (he posts a new piece of art to Twitter nearly every day), continues to invite outrage every time he targets a subject with his pen and brush.

In case you’re having a hard time keeping up with his steady stream of artistic commentary, we’ve sorted through his feed and plucked out some of the very best. Keep checking back as we’ll continue to add to the list — he most assuredly does not appear to be slowing down anytime soon.

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The latest addition to President Trump’s legal team: Rudy “Ghouliani” Giuliani: This one stands out as actually rather tame compared to his previous politically leaning portraits.

“F—ing disgusting” Michael Cohen, President Trump’s personal attorney, who’s at the center of a federal investigation: (There’s an alternate version too.)

Fox News host Sean Hannity, morphed into a blubbery manatee: He’s done a couple paintings of Hannity, including one that portrays him wrestling in a ring with Infowars host Alex Jones.

Vomiting EPA administrator Scott Pruitt, with a pipeline up his rear end:

National security adviser John Bolton as the Grim Reaper:

A visit from “Planet Zuckerberg:” Note the “Fakebook” shirt … and try this one as well, but note that it has salty language.

Carrey’s submission for consideration as the official White House portrait of Trump: (Can’t unsee this one.)

Eric and Donald Trump Jr. as bounty hunters, impaled on an elephant’s tusks: “Team Elephant.”

Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner as a “self-unmade man:” Note the number of the beast prominently behind him, and dollar signs in his eyes.

“So-called Christian” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders:

A portrait of Abraham Lincoln crying in the face of what his political party has become:

Trump dragging a woman by the hair in front of the White House in the wake of the Rob Porter domestic violence scandal:

Trump playing golf on a course covered with the bodies of dead school children in the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting:

Sen. Marco Rubio with blood on his hands after the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting:

Trump kissing Putin’s bare bottom amid all those reports of the president’s ties to Russia and the country funding his campaign win:

Carrey’s take on Trump’s endorsement of arming teachers as a result of the latest mass shootings:

“Fool” Steve Bannon supporting Roy Moore, who was accused of sexual misconduct by many women:

“Creep” Rep. Paul Ryan, for the health care debacle:

“Rat” Rep. Trey Gowdy, who led the Benghazi inquiry against Hillary Clinton:

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