Festival fan art of Brian Cox

So last summer I ran a quiz at the Secret Garden Party festival in Cambridgeshire. For the picture round, teams had to submit their best drawing of  hearthrob scientist Professor Brian Cox. Here are some of the entries.


All about the hair. Like Samson


"I have a drem" "I have a drem"


Pie chart face: 50% smile Pie chart face: 50% smile


I think they got confused and drew Brian May, the other rockstar physicist. I think they got confused and drew Brian May, the other rockstar physicist.


Shirtless! Shirtless!


Just beautiful. Just beautiful.

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