Anything goes when it comes to art, particularly on the internet. Feel like constructing an ode to Grumpy Cat? Knock yourself out. What about a collection of Disney/Star Wars mashups? That, my friends, is also possible.
This year, for Valentine's Day, express your feelings with these hilarious pop culture Valentines. Everyone loves it when they're threatened, cajoled or otherwise intimidated into submitting to another person's affections.
Much like the Overly Attached Girlfriend, Cecelia Gimenez, the lady who accidentally painted a Monkey Jesus this summer, is using her internet fame for good rather than evil. After selling an original painting on eBay, she plans to donate all $1,427 earned to charity.
Sure, it's got sword fights and dragons, but if you're wanting to take 'Game of Thrones' to some next-level nerdery, this fantastic artwork is probably the ticket. Yes, it's the series' beloved characters drawn in anime fashion. We've seen the show in the style of 'Friends' and 'Seinfeld,' but this drawing by Deviant Art user Joscomie, is a tad more relevant. Meaning, we could actually watch this.
We've been mourning the sad loss of 'Calvin and Hobbes' ever since cartoonist Bill Watterson stopped producing the beloved comic strip in 1995. But apparently the strip hasn't gone completely forgotten, since a piece of original 'Calvin and Hobbes' artwork recently broke a record at auction by selling for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
This makes a lot of sense -- it's a sculpture of Honey Boo Boo, made out of 25 pounds of garbage. We see some I Can't Believe It's Not Butter, and a box of spaghetti. Looks like maybe some Snuggie packaging is in there too. Here's an idea for a fun game -- find out how many pieces of Honey Boo Boo garbage you have in your kitchen cabinet right now, and then feel bad accordingly. Thanks, art!
Every now and then, a lost work of art from one of history's greatest artists turns up in a garage sale or secondhand store. Some lucky buyer pays just mere pennies for something that's potentially worth thousands or more. This time, the store itself is the one profiting off a famous painting.
Well, at least we know what Campbell's next move is in their unceasing attempts to get hip young people to buy their soup. First it was soup blatantly marketed to hipsters, but their next move is a bit more subtle. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Andy Warhol's '32 Campbell's Soup Cans,' Campbell's is releasing cans of tomato soup with packaging inspired by Warhol's artistic style.
Google Street View is on a mission to map every road on Planet Earth, and you can't just travel the entire world without coming across some pretty crazy stuff. Artist Jon Rafman sorted through Google Street View blogs and came up with 12 pages of fascinating finds. (And also a lot of people flipping off the camera.)
Probably what happened is artist RED decided as tribute to Adele's "Set Fire to the Rain," she should set fire to the rain, then realized you can't really set fire to the rain, so she set some candles on fire instead. The result is much less terrifying than actual flaming rain would be -- in fact, it's a pretty amazing portrait of Adele made using only melted wax.
Um... what? When you're trying to come up with a cover for your magazine, how is "Let's paste Michelle Obama's face onto the body of a half-naked slave" a thought that even enters your mind? And perhaps more puzzling, how is "Great idea! Let's do it!" the thought that comes after that? One Spanish publication, Magazine de Fuera Seria, raises so many questions.
Art has different kinds of beauty. There's simplistic beauty in pieces like Claude Monet's nature scenes and Botticelli's "The Birth of Venus". Others have intrinsic beauty like those painted by Pablo Picasso. This exhibit has actual living beauties and you can actually take one home with you.
Thanks to our childhood love of Disney princess movies, most women still secretly dream of their very own Prince Charming rescuing them from single life and sealing their love with a kiss before riding off into the sunset to live happily ever after. However, in the Ukraine's new art exhibit/matchmaking service, this silly childhood dream has turned into a 'Sleeping Beauty' nightmare.