These Where's Waldo Innovations all incorporate the slender-striped traveler who journeys though the most bizarre places. The childrens' series Where's Waldo became extremely popular in the late 80s and has been a staple of pop culture ever since.
A number of these Waldo creations turn him into something much darker and scarier than his original self. For example, artist Andre De Freitas turned Waldo into a white-eyed zombie with blood dripping from his mouth. In another Waldo knock-off, the striped crusader has been sampled to create a 1984-inspired propaganda poster that reads, "Waldo's Watching You." One student from Vancouver even painted a massive Waldo so that it could be captured on Google Earth.
Whether it's world-records or world-captured shots, these Where's Waldo innovaions are all quite whimsical.
From Google Games to Red and White Zombies
Rutgers Sets Record for Most ‘Where's Waldo?' Characters
Kids' Book Video Games
The "Where's Waldo" Video Game is Awesome to the Max
Books for Budding Gearheads
Rod Hunt's "Where's Stig?" is the "Top Gear" Answer to "Where's Waldo?
Digitalized Classic Puzzles
This Juan Osborne Where's Waldo is Virtually Impossible to Solve
Emotionally Considerate Cartoon Blogs
The How's Waldo Tumblr Looks Past Fun & Focuses on Feelings
Motorcycle Safety Illustrations
The IC4Design 'Ducati for ANCMA' ad is Stunning and Hyperdetailed
Pop Culture Propaganda
The Photoshop Rebellion
Google Earth Games
Where On Earth Is Waldo?
Undead Pop Toon Creations
The Andre De Freitas 'Zombie Portraits' Capture Characters Horrifically
Personalized LEGO Figurines
LEGO Geeks Make Their Own Custom Characters