Illustrator and sculptor Brian Stuckey loves creating animated character artworks and turning his 2D illustrations into 3D masterpieces.
Brian Stuckey's latest piece of work recreates the last supper scene with a fun and humorous twist. The famous Leonardo Da Vinci painting is turned into a diorama featuring the breakfast cereal mascots everyone knows and loves.
This awesome artwork rendition of the Last Supper, or should I say "Last Breakfast", is fun and memorable.
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