In just a handful of years, Bob’s Burgers has made quite the splash in cult pop culture, and it’s even sparked the creativity of designers. In the same way designers find inspiration in the iconic design of The Simpsons, it’s easy to feel the same exhilaration when capturing the spirit and hilarity of the Belcher family.
We at InVision love it when designers reimagine their favorite pop-culture trends, and it’s even better when burgers are involved. Check out what these talented designers came up with.
Bob’s Burgers Icons by Borunda. Each Belcher is personified by highlighting just a few small features.
Bob’s Flying Burger by Vanion Paradis. A fun, clean redesign of Bob’s favorite piece of wall art.
Bob’s Burgers Vector by Sebastian Stapelfeldt. These vector lines give the restaurant an edgy, crisp feel.
Work Hard or Die Trying, Girl by Rachel Wright. Tina Belcher in a power suit is what dreams are made of.
Bob’s Burgers by Rachel Wright. Each character’s natural emotion is captured so perfectly in this fun GIF.
Vive le Tina! by Steph Werning. Go ahead and feel all that confidence oozing from Tina.
Bob’s Burgers Tribute by Amir Hamdi. A minimalistic personification of each Belcher through their most iconic feature.
Bob by Andrea. This fun animation of a concerned Bob would win any fan art contest in our book.
Kuchi Kopi Dresses Up by Champa. Kuchi Kopi dressed up as the Belcher kids is the gift the world didn’t know it needed.
Beefsquatch by Ryan Brinkerhoff. A Beefsquatch warning everyone must take seriously.
Bob’s Burgers 100th Episode by James Olstein. How seriously does Bob take his burgers? This screenprint says “very,” and it would be correct.
Belcher Brats by Thomas Fitzpatrick. Mischievous Louise, jovial Gene, and precocious Tina—a trio of brats.
Hat Series #19 by Tyler Pate. A great tribute to Louise’s iconic bunny hat.
Bob’s Burgers WIP by Hunter Ruth. Kickin’ it old school with this fabulous WIP rendition of Linda and Bobby. Alriiiight!
Bob’s Burgers: The Belchers by Austin Light. A really fantastic realistic interpretation of the classic design.
The Belchers by Courtney Caldwell. Keeping the integrity of the characters, while still staying true to her own design aesthetic. Nailed it.
Louise Belcher Shrimp Prank by Molly Ennis. An adorable depiction of Louise’s best prank yet.
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