By Sam Reeve
San Francisco Bay artist Cahill Wessel plays around with pop culture in surreal and hilarious ways , giving you everything you’d ever hoped to see. Hover over the pictures (or click through the gallery) to view the titles of each piece – they’re almost as golden as the pieces themselves.
Also on his website are some celebrity collages with accompanying fanfiction. Here’s my favourite:
“Deep in the jungle that is New York’s Fashion Week, Miley Cyrus showcases her tribal styles for Gotham’s harshest critics. Kanye hid deep inside Miley’s uterus, and a disappointed crowd gasped in horror as he emerged stoned, wet, and lonely.”
See more of his celebrity fanfiction here.
By Sam Reeve
Normally I’m not super into art that portrays celebrities. It can be a cop-out for true weirdness and just a gimmick for garnering more attention. Steve Seeley‘s work, however, has won me over. I was sold upon seeing the first image below. Luckily for those who still hate celebrity-inspired art, not all his work is like that. Enjoy!
In 2004 Steve started something he calls “The Creature Project”. It’s an ongoing project of altering the cover of Dell/ Whitman’s UFO Flying Saucers #5, originally published in 1975. Below are a few pieces.