Tuesday, June 30, 2009

The Union of Coca Cola

We know many classic artworks so well, that we even mock them. The image based on the famous painting of Peter Paul Rubens, The Union of Earth and Water. Classics are everywhere! In comics, TV shows, movies, etc., classic fine art is appreciated, but also made fun of.

Monday, June 29, 2009

KFC The last supper

This is not a J. Christ joke or profanity. Look – KFC is cheap, nutritious, and universally delicious! You do the math! I truly believe that Kentucky fried chicken would be the favorite choice of any ancient traveler if it was available.

Monday, July 28, 2008

Barak Obama joke

There is some sort of charming power this man has. All I wanted is to emphasize it a bit better then the official election campaign posters. And it is fun :)

Obama 08 election desktop

I hope Obama followers would not be offended by this political sketch, modern celebrities have to pay the price for being famous.

Obama for president wallpaper

Being a target of mockery is the price the past and modern celebrities have to pay for being famous. John McCain could be the next political desktop wallpaper target.

Barak Obama desktop wallpaper

I hope Barak Obama supporters would not take this Obama joke seriously. John McCain is my next aim.

Monday, June 2, 2008

American dream

Traditionally, Americans have sought to realize the American dream of family, success, fame and wealth through thrift and hard work. However, the dream began to erode replacing it with a philosophy of "get rich quick". The “Great American dream!”

Monday, May 26, 2008

Pride and Prejudice

A mocking pop art photo image liberally based on a great classic title. Pride and Prejudice, is the most famous of Jane Austen's novels and one of the first "romantic comedies". "A single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife"

All's Well That Ends Well

An allegorical composition loosely based on a famous literature title. All's Well That Ends Well is a play by William Shakespeare, originally classified as a comedy, like so many of his comedies, about a young woman and a young man.

Crime and Punishment

A symbolic popart composition freely based on a famous literature title. Dostoevsky's classic Crime and Punishment focuses on mental anguish and moral dilemmas, Raskolnikov strives to be an extraordinary being, who can murder without repercussions.


A mocking photo pop art composition freely based on a Marriage Counseling seminar. Christian ministry devoted to fulfilling it's mission of strengthening, enriching, and perfecting marriages, articulating and promoting God's plan for "perfect marriage".

Marilyn Monroe

“The unknown visit Toronto TTC by Marilyn Monroe.” Renowned for her sensuality and sexuality, Marilyn Monroe has inspired generations of pop artists. Exhibition devoted to the life of the ultimate screen icon, Marilyn Monroe - Life of a Legend.

Dali Lips

A loose variation of the Salvador Dali's famous Mae West sofa. The erotic lips of this great Hollywood actress inspired Dalí 1936. A special installation by the master. Sofa is now a part of the Royal Dalí Collection of the European Art Foundation.

Naughty Venus

Naughty Venus is a humorous remake of the famous and absolutely magnificent "The Birth of Venus" by Sandro Botticelli (1446 - 1510). Botticelli's time is characterized by the awakening of classical motives in art.

Mona Lisa

“Mona Lisa or the ultimate victory of multiculturalism in Canada.” Don’t get me wrong; this pop-artwork is not a political, cultural, or religious statement. I actually like cultural mixtures because they give you so many possibilities of visual exploration.

Lawyer and ...

Question: Isn’t it a bit unnerving that lawyers call what they do “practice”? This lawyers & prisoners pop art photo belongs to the “questions that never have been answered” series

Doctor and nurse

Question: Isn’t it a bit unnerving that doctors call what they do “practice”? This doctor and nurse pop art picture belongs to the “questions that never have been answered” series.

Cute as a button

Question: “Cute as a button” Is that supposed to be a complement? This pop art photo image belongs to the “questions that never have been answered” series.