The art of Romanian artist Magda Candea took little critters and made them cute.
Magda Candea loves the streets of Bucharest, Romainia since that is where she is from, so there is no surprise that she would merge her art with real-life scenery from there. If you are interested in this sort of quirky art, then check out her Flickr profile by following the links provided.
Implications - Artwork that interprets pop cultural beings such as aliens and celebrated cartoons will always remain relevant to consumers and appreciators of comical cartoon art. In particular, street art that samples from pop culture and depicts fantastical or imaginary characters that are somewhat recognizable are a popular consumer choice, which is attributable to the fascination with the familiarity and humor that is associated with this style of artwork.
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