Whether you think that Seinfeld was the greatest TV show ever made or merely second fiddle to Curb Your Enthusiasm, we can all agree on one thing: Morgan Blair’s Seinfeld-inspired oil paintings have a certain kavorka to them.
The show’s most iconic moments are all there – the Junior Mint flying through the surgery theatre; Kramer's be-jockeyed modelling stint at Calvin Klein; the reveal of David Puddy’s obnoxious 8-Ball jacket; Fussili Jerry. But Blair's paintings also capture some of the show's subtler scenes: George gazing blankly at something; Jerry face-palming; Newman standing in the post office.
Clearly the work of a Seinfeld obsessee, the paintings comprise a collection with so much giddyup you’d have to be a mimbo born in a bubble to think otherwise. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that.)