Breaking Bad: 10 Amazing Pieces of Fan Art That You Will Love

Updated: Oct 31

We picked 10 amazing pieces of Breaking Bad fan art that will have you starting your next binge-watch this weekend. Check out these artworks created by talented artists.

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10. Walter and Jesse's RV Lab

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There will be more than one piece of art in this list featuring the iconic Fleetwood Bounder RV that served as a mobile laboratory for Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in season 1.


This first is a digital piece from 20-year-old artist Nipun Salian, complete with red methamphetamine smoke streaming from the chimney and the show's iconic patio chairs.


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Nipun Salian on Instagram


9. Walter White's Transformation

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Hal Haney perfectly captures Walter White's epic transformation into Heisenberg in this colored ink-drawn illustration. Who could forget Cranston's portrayal of a desperate man on the edge, searching for an excuse to enter into a world of crime?


Walter White entered the seedy underworld of drug trafficking and cooking in Albuquerque after contracting terminal lung cancer. Along his journey, he developed an alter-ego, securing his place and safety in the criminal underbelly of New Mexico. White's full transition from high school chemistry teacher to full-blown kingpin takes 5 seasons to be fully realized. It's wondrous to behold the character's journey with each binge viewing of the series in its entirety.


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Hal Haney on Instagram


8. Gus Fring

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Lukas Lundberg is a digital, canvas, and mural artist based in Vancouver, Canada. The artist's pop-culture influences are evident in his works like the mural of Wonder Woman, the canvas portraits of Fox Mulder & Dana Scully, and Gus Fring.


Lundberg's contemporary style and use of acrylic oranges and blues perfectly capture the stoic, respectable, and bone-chilling demeanor of this fan-favorite portrayal of Giancarlo Esposito.


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Lukas Lundberg on Instagram


7. Jesse Pinkman Cooking

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Alessandro Catena's hyper-realistic pencil portrait of Aaron Paul's Jesse Pinkman is a throwback to season 3 when Walter and the aforementioned dealer commenced cooking up a storm at Gus Fring's behest.


One can almost hear Pinkman's excitement and wonder as he holds the large beaker in Catena's artwork, conjuring the character's catchphrase: "It's science ...!"


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Alessandro Catena on Instagram


6. Walter White: The Gunslinging Meth Cook In Undies

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Who could forget the first time Walter White wielded steel? He swung a firearm around in what could be the most iconic pair of tighty-whities in television history. In fact, the pair of oversized white jocks went up for auction back in 2013 and sold for an astounding $9,900.


New Jersey-born musician and artist Karlee Bloom captures the moment perfectly with acrylic paint on canvas. It's another heartfelt throwback to the beginning of what she calls the "BEST SHOW TO HAVE EVER AIRED - BREAKING BAD!!!"


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Karlee Bloom on Instagram


5. Ding Ding Ding: Hector's Plight

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Hector Salamanca, affectionately known as Tio by his nephews, is the patriarch of the Salamanca family, and a high ranking member of the Juarez Cartel. Many hated him, many loved to hate him, and everyone kind of felt sorry for Hector because he could only communicate with a bell.


Sam Johnson, a UK-born illustrator, perfectly captures Salamanca's frustration, a reminder of that fateful moment when he rang it one final time, before consuming himself and Gus Fring in an explosion.


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Sam Johnson on Instagram


4. Gus Fring's New Look

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Ryan Stoddard, an artist and graphic designer from Georgia, created this portrait of Gus Fring after he was blown up by Walt's pipebomb.


The piece is hardcore and visually appealing, despite the macabre inspiration for the artwork. The piece is an ode to season 4's fantastic finale, titled "Face Off," a dark, tongue-in-cheek play on words relating to how Gus met his fate.


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Ryan Stoddard on Instagram


3. Jane Margolis

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One of the most tragic arcs in Jesse Pinkman's story was how he found love in the form of Krysten Ritter's Jane Margolis. Jane was Pinkman's neighbor and landlord. Their relationship started after he revealed that his parents had kicked him out of their home.


Ritter's performance was well-received by fans and critics alike. Maria Loginova's pencil sketch of the beloved character is bittersweet when one thinks back to the tragic season 2 finale when Walt watches her overdose.


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Maria Loginova on Instagram


2. Breaking RV Meets Starry Night

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Who doesn't love a good mashup? This piece of fan art was created by Akeeksha, who expertly combines the thematic elements of Van Gogh's "Starry Night" with the famed RV from Breaking Bad.


It's complete with purple methamphetamine fumes streaming out the chimney by starlight. It's moody, beautiful, and tugs at those nostalgic heartstrings.


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Akeeksha on Instagram


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