Aside from the time you drunkenly witnessed your "Dogs Playing Poker" actually barking, it's hard to find art that speaks to you. For an offer you can't refuse, check out LA Pop Art.
LAPA's the handiwork of a local artist/idolater, who creates images of famous people, images, and intoxicants entirely out of psychedelic, handwritten text. His limited-edition prints and posters range from the Jah-ly iconic (a spliffing Bob Marley drawn from Exodus lyrics), to the Cold Warring iconic (Ronald Reagan, from his 1987 "Tear Down This Wall!" speech), to the creepily-evangelically iconic (Jesus, from what Jesus did do). Most impressive are the movie posters, the latest being a Brando formed from the entire Godfather script, from the opening "I believe in America" to the closing "Don Corleone" -- issued as a sign of respect to Al Pacino, who would have surely had the good taste to demure, had he known about Godfather III.
Later this year, LAPA's introducing exclusive, similarly-themed t-shirts -- guaranteed to distract the bulldog with the outside straight draw.