Like most things on the internet, popular works of art tend to get mashed up in Photoshop battles and out comes a flux capacitor explosion of lulz. Here we have 26 amusing alternatives to Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper. Enjoy!
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Fat cats are all the rage on the internet these days and back in those days, these paintings were also all the rad. Fortunately, FatCatArt.ru has brought us the best of both worlds of classical works of art and mindless internet humor. Through this gallery, the walls of art and 4chan blur and becomes one [...]
I have never been a fan of the show Important Things With Demetri Martin but these illustrations by him are quite clever. Whether he should have his show back or not, I have no idea. But if he can draw a full book of these funny little snippets I would be a buyer for sure!
Humans aren’t the only artistic creatures on the planet. Whether intentional or not, cats have also managed to produce works of art—through imitation, anyway—by posing (or being posed by crafty owners) in the form of certain artistic renderings of the classical era. The result, like so many other things relating to cats, is hilarious.
When OMGPOP asks us to “draw something”, they’re just asking us to draw the minimum effort it takes to depict one of three chosen words available. Instead of simply drawing something lame, these players has taken the task to a whole new level by rendering fully illustrated environments to depict some of the simplest words. [...]
Visual artist and illustrator Hillary White came up with a number of hilarious pop culture-based reinterpretations of classical art, featuring the likes of the cast of Sesame Street, trollface, and numerous other pop culture icons in classical paintings. The result is both amusing and disturbing in equal amounts.
Illustrator Nacho Diaz draws images fit for t-shirts under the theme of ironic, or twisted perspectives. For example, he uses the image of an iceberg and turns it into an ice cream, with the cone beneath the waves.
London-based art studio I Love Dust has produced a gallery of characters devoted to dead professional wrestlers like Bam Bam Bigalow and Macho Man Randy Savage. Titled The Dead Wrestler Society, these iconic wrestlers will inspire tears more than anything else.
Berlin-based Robert Proch is an illustrator from Poland whose blocky, intricate, abstract pieces of art defy the norms by combining graffiti and fine art. His works walk the line between believability and abstraction.