Dave Pollot is a painter in the US who brings new life to old and forgotten thrift store paintings by adding pop culture characters. He uses these old paintings to combine his interest in painting with his love for pop culture.
The Nazgul one looks like it was meant to be that way.
Last week, I reviewed Burger King's surprisingly tasty, black-bunned Halloween Whopper. The next day I noticed something strange: My poop was a ghoulish shade of green. I assumed the goblin-like pallor of my shit was either due to the A1 Steak Sauce-inspired color of the Whopper bun, or the various other pollutants that course through my system at all times.
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