Klimt’s The Kiss might be better than the Mona Lisa, but this costumed couple decided to make the post-impressionistic masterpiece a little more real:
Mell Lazarus was the creator of the Miss Peach comic strip, and he served as a mentor and a leader in the cartooning world. Once upon a time, Mell and his wife decided they needed a piano, so they found a beat-up white Wurlitzer with the intention of refinishing it. Instead, Mell’s friends in the cartoon world started drawing on it, which has resulted in this awesome piece of illustration history: Mell’s Piano.
Artist Paul Octavious decided to allow his photography take flight — literally — by composing photos of old cameras with wings. The effect is haunting, but I don’t know that I can forgive him messing up a Stereo Realist viewer. Old Brownies are a dime a dozen, old SX70s are pretty common, too, but that Realist viewer never hurt nobody.Via.