*deface religious art with a visual pun, it’s a Blasphememe!
We’ve decided that the ‘art’ we’re creating by mashing art works and puns together should be called Blasphememes. Here are some more.
We start with Jacqui’s “I came to Berry Caesar, not to praise him”.
Then we have Fleur’s “Primavera”, after Botticelli. It’s a bowl of pasta, not a pizza, by the way.
Next, Jacqui’s “Roast Lamb of God”, served with roast pumpkin of God.
Fleur’s “St Sebastian Speared with Asparagus”, sticking with the food theme.
To which Jaqui’s reply was obviously “St Asparagustine”.
Then Fleur got a bit more expansive in her definition of food, “Judith Warheading Holofernes”.
Going for the King of all puns, the Latin pun, Jacqui’s “Et tu Brighteyes?”
Fleur seems to be rather obsessed with Botticelli, again, here’s “Venus and Mars”.
Then we went a bit Arthurian, Jacqui’s “Parsleyfal” (this guy’s name is Percival, I didn’t get it either but the image is a winner)
Of course at some point someone had to do “The Lady of Shallot”, but Fleur got there first.
Then Jacqui went all new school, with Picasso’s “Somebody I used to know”.
Although she was clearly inspired by Fleur’s “Queen II”.
And finally, we saved the best for last, Jacqui’s “Adoration of the Maggi”.