A Great Bunch Of Pics: Here’s The Best Of Shota Kotake's Year Of Daily Father Ted Drawings

Including illustrations of fan favourites like Fr Damo, Noel Furlong, and Todd Unctuous

Ted Main

In an attempt to break a Guinness World Record, a Japanese artist spent an entire year drawing a Father Ted-inspired picture every single day.

Cabra-based Shota Kotake started honouring Craggy Island's favourite priest with a daily drawing last May, to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of the iconic TV show. 

With the 365th picture for the Ted-A-Day project being completed last week, we thought we'd assemble 33 of our personal favourites by Shota. 

Check them out below.

Ted 32
Ted 31
Ted 27
Ted 24
Ted 2
Ted 7
Ted 16
Ted 22
Ted 23
Ted 30
Ted 29
Ted 21
Ted 17
Ted 13
Ted 18
Ted 9
Ted 20
Ted 19
Ted 28
Ted 3
Ted 12
Ted 4
Ted 26
Ted 25
Ted 11
Ted 8
Ted 15
Ted 14
Ted 6
Ted 10
Ted 1
Ted 5
Ted 33

If you liked those, head on over to Shota Kotake website here to see the rest of the Ted-A-Day drawings.

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Seán Kenehan

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