The world's so full of accomplished art that capturing people's attention requires something breathtakingly unique -- like a simpering smile that transcends time, or...a fish that's made out of breakfast meat. Let the latter's awesome beauty wash over you, via HamburgerPanda. A one-woman Mission op, HP churns out diminutive heavy-stock prints (5x7 or 8.5x11) and notecards inspired by sci-fi, nature, and azn pop culture -- the pseudonym's rationale being "because pandas eat only bamboo, it's the one panda searching for a different flavor" (creativity means loving In-N-Out). Around half the designs are "seabots": there's the metal suction-cupped Roboctopus in a sea of pale yellow, the segmented Turtlebot getting groomed by cleaner fish(bots), and Manabot/Robotee, a docile pair of manatee machines who spew spotty exhaust into the very ocean that can't seem to support real manatees. Other themes range from meat (a slightly menacing fish with bacon scales and fins), to the weather (three bears trapped inside popsicles in "Bear. It's Cold."), to equestrian shrinkage and incarceration (a little pony placed in a jar, so everyone knows it's My). A set of six cards is $4, while prints're priced at a paltry $25, with free shipping 'til Xmas -- proving that if anything captures attention better than unique art, it's free anything.