From Mona Lisa Holding a Cat to Bruce "Van Gogh" Wayne

By: Harris Jay Rosenberg Alterman - Published: Feb 29, 2012
The iconic painting parodies poke fun at some of the most brilliant paintings in history. They say that imitation is the greatest form of flattery, so the artists who made these paintings have a lot to be proud of.

The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vanci is one of the most recognized paintings across the globe. Artist Brian Stuckey decided to re-create this scene with breakfast cereal characters where Jesus Christ has been replaced with Captain Crunch (who can turn milk into wine). Another parody replaces God from 'The Creation of Adam' with a flying spaghetti monster; that might actually be because it was God's day off and he was doing the half-time show at the New York Knicks Game.

These iconic painting parodies would make Vincent Van Gogh proud.