Dad's Lunch Bag Drawings For His Kids Make Our Dads Look Kinda Lame

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Since 2008, a dad in San Diego, California, has been drawing amazing art on his kids' sack lunches while on his own lunch break.

Inspired by (mostly) all things geeky, the over-500 lunch sack canvases include everything from Star Wars characters, to comic book heroes and villains, to anime.

Which makes our non-lunch bag drawing dads look, well, kinda lame.

For the full gallery and website, check out Lunch Bag Art here. Or for a quick, neat-o slide show of some of the best works, go here.

Via: Gamma Squad

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