by Zoe Pollock

Alex Gurnham interviewed the artist Brandon Bird about his most recent foray into pop culture madness, starring Nicholas Cage:

I think that's really what pop art, or maybe even all art, is about. Presenting something people encounter every day in a way they had never considered. Whether that something is a sunflower, or a soup can, or Sam Waterston's awesome face.

(Hat Tip: Utne)

(Image: Uncanny Valley by Brandon Bird)

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