Many classic artworks can be difficult for the modern man to digest, especially because stomach enzymes don't work very effectively on really old paint. Making art
you'll want to eat the crap out of! whose nuances you'll almost certainly understand: White Rabbit Prints
White Rabbit is gonna lead you straight to Morpheus, and also a line of prints involving classic works of art (some from Chadds Ford's own Andrew Wyeth) that've been modified to include everything from Muppets to memes by an art-schooled chick whose real education came from a childhood filled with '80s TV and dark children's books, presumably including the Matt Christopher classic The Kid Who Only Hit Homers, Although They Were All Old Dudes Named Homer in the Nursing Home. Onto the goods
Muppets Take Masterpieces: Henson'd classics include Magritte's "Mysteries of the Horizon" featuring three (Ah! Ah! Ah!) versions of The Count, plus a Gentileschi now portraying Beaker swording Bunsen's neck, as Gonzo looks on and screams, presumably right before he Rowlfed
TV & Movies: Grab The Purple Crayon of Keldor, with a skull-headed Harold penning what amounts to Castle Purpleskull, plus a version of Bougeureau's "Fraternal Love" that brings in Boba Fett and The NeverEnding Story's flying dog, which's what people love to drink at nicer fraternal parties at Maryland
More...TV & Movies: Everything from "We're Off To See the Wormhole", featuring Dorothy, Scarecrow, Tin Man, and naturally, Donnie Darko's bunny friend Frank, to "The Pizza Eaters", in which -- in lieu of Van Gogh’s potato-consumers -- the TMNT down pies, which're a lot easier for them to digest than their current situation of living in a sewer with a soft-spoken Asian rat who never changes out of his pajamas.