Dave Pollot created these awesome paintings.
Parisian street artist Etienne Lavie took garish public advertisements and replaced them with works of classical art, invoking the history of the city and French art culture as a whole. Check them out here!
Hat tip to The Awesomer.
Artist Bruce Yan created these amazing "Brand New" mashups of iconic brands and pop culture symbols which are on display in Gallery 1988 in California. You can buy a print here if one of them happens to catch your fancy. If you can't make it to the gallery, check out his work below!
Artist Victor Nunes combines everyday objects with simple illustrations to turn them into pictures of faces, animals and other playful scenes. His work is a great example of Pareidolia, the phenomenon to give meaning to random objects.
A house is on display at the All-Russian Exhibit Centre in Moscow that has been meticulously designed to be just like any other typical house except for one small factor—it's upside down. Every item in the house has been placed upside down, and visitors even have to climb a staircase to enter through the front door. Those who enter will find themselves feeling as though they are walking upside down when, in truth, it's the objects in the house that are objects that are breaking the laws of gravity.
Visual artist Dennis Hlynsky uses a digitizing process to visualize the flight path of birds is part of his project, "small brains on mass. Dennis Hlynsky calls this process 'extruded time" and it involves stacking frames in a sequence and adding the darkest pixels together. The mesmerizing result turns something that starts as a rather boring concept into a truly fascinating visualization.