Barack And Michelle Obama’s Official Portraits Are Already Memes

  • People are having a field day with it (pun intended). Check some of the funniest reactions to the Obama’s official portraits in our photo gallery above. (Photo: Twitter)

  • Could it be that velociraptor? (Photo: Twitter)

  • Seems familiar, though… (Photo: Twitter)

  • That would have actually been really cool, though! (Photo: Twitter)

  • Was is really supposed to look like this? Because it does. (Photo: Twitter)

  • “My Fading Legacy”. (Photo: Twitter)

  • Iconic. (Photo: Twitter)

  • People were even less enthusiastic about Michelle’s official portrait. (Photo: Twitter)

  • “Ok, sounds like a good idea!” (Photo: Twitter)

  • You had one job… (Photo: Twitter)

  • Maybe the artist is stealing credit from a 12-year-old. (Photo: Twitter)

  • Cleary, the artist drew someone else. (Photo: Twitter)

  • A cross between Beyoncé & JoLo. (Photo: Twitter)

  • Is that you, Kerry? (Photo: Twitter)

  • Oddly specific. (Photo: Twitter)

  • Do your research first, k? (Photo: Twitter)

  • And during Black History Month? That’s lit. (Photo: Twitter)

  • Zero allergies for the win! (Photo: Twitter)

  • America misses you, Obama. (Photo: Twitter)

  • It feels like the pre-Trump era. (Photo: Twitter)

  • God, we miss her! (Photo: Twitter)

  • These unanimated objects would do a better job on ruling America than real-life Trump. (Photo: Twitter)

People are having a field day with it (pun intended). Check some of the funniest reactions to the Obama’s official portraits in our photo gallery above. (Photo: Twitter)

Just a few hours ago, the official portraits of former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama were unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery. The presidential pictures, the first created by black artist, were painted by New York based artist Kehinde Wiley and Baltimore-based artist Amy Sherald.

And while many believe the portraits truly represent the nature of Obama’s historic presidency and legacy, people on the internet weren’t found the pictures, shall we say, interesting. From the unique leafy background and an uncanny Karry Washington resemblance, the paintings sparked many reactions on Twitter.

People are having a field day with these painting (pun intended). Check some of the funniest reactions to the Obama’s official portraits in our photo gallery above.


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