leland foster imagines the fresh prince of bel-air cast in 2015
leland foster imagines the fresh prince of bel-air cast in 2015 leland foster imagines the fresh prince of bel-air cast in 2015
sep 11, 2015

leland foster imagines the fresh prince of bel-air cast in 2015

leland foster imagines the fresh prince of bel-air cast in 2015
all images courtesy of leland foster




as the good-natured, wildly-popular american sitcom ‘the fresh prince of bel-air’ celebrates the 25th anniversary since airing its first episode, artist leland foster teamed up with online retailer lyst to bring us a contemporary look at what the banks family would look like in 2015. will, carlton, uncle phil, hilary, geoffrey and ashley are brought to life in the present day, donning apple watches, google glass, kindles and iPhones to match their kenzo and moschino clothes. the uncanny digital portraits offer a nostalgic and humorous glimpse at the former favorite TV figures reimagined in the high-tech and high-fashion world they never knew.

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will wears a patterned sweat suit, matching bandanna and iphone earphones

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uncle phil holds a kindle and sports a republican elephant pin

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hilary wears a moschino suit

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geoffrey wears headphones while he works and sports a british flag pin

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ashley wears a kenzo sweatshirt and a nose ring




foster has also created two modern-day variations of seinfeld characters — george costanza and kramer.

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a tattooed george costanza awkwardly poses on a lounge chair

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kramer sports a man bun and kenzo sweatshirt

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