Jeff Wysaski of Obvious Plant makes weird and hilarious absurdist parody products. There's a good chance you've seen some images of them floating around the internet. Here are some that made us quake with laughter.
Gunduz Agayev, an artist acclaimed for his work on illustration series such as, "Just Leaders", "War and Peace", and "Imagine" is back with a new collection he calls, "Transformers".
In this series Agayev casts politicians as transformers. Check out the leader of North Korea, the British Queen, and many others. Who'd administer unrivaled power over them all though?
Pretty sure this Putin could take Galvatron for a walk round the kickass block, while he juggled Soundwave and Starscream. Yeah, he'd be a Decepticon, for sure.
That Trump tidbit though. Are we even surprised?
Oh what's up Kim Jong-un?
Well Angela Merkel woke up on the right side of the bed.
No, that is not a cynically-crafted Photoshop job. You can see the whole thing right here.
Publimetro is the Latin American branch of the Swedish Metro media company (no relation to UK's Metro). What you're looking at here is indeed their coverage of the escalating conflict on the Gaza strip plastered with a full-page ad for the newest Transformers movie. Perhaps Publimetro has the scoop on Israel's "Iron Dome" defense system (ACTUALLY AN AUTOBOT, PERHAPS IRONHIDE) or maybe it's some kind of ironic commentary on the commoditization of war... or maybe it's just a sad statement about the struggles of print media in a digital age.
Point is, let's never mix real life-threatening missiles and Michael Bay missiles ever again, shall we?
For the record, the cover story of this issue is about the World Cup. Of course: