If you’ve ever been to an art museum it’s pretty easy to be confused by what you’re looking at.


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These are just a few of the weirder ones. And what’s better than weird art?

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Run! Run from the flying severed torso!

Sienese master, 13th century, Louvre.

WHY!? WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT, SNAKE?

Minos, Last Judgement, Michelangelo, 1540, Sistine Chapel.

OMG SO DRUNK???

Bacchanal of the Andrians, Titian, 1523. Museo del Prado.

Take it easy with that stuff, Jesus.

Christ with crown of thorns, Artist Unknown, 17th Century. Segovia Cathedral.

Yeah, can you stuff my human with extra crows please? And hold the ketchup, thanks.

The Garden of Earthly Delights, Hieronymous Bosch, 1500, Museo del Prado.

Gigantic disembodied hands?

Last Judgment, Gislebertus, 1130, St. Lazare de Autun.

IMMA FIRIN MA LAZERZ EVERYWHAR

Stigmatization of St. Francis, Giotto, 1325, Santa Croce.

I don’t know whether to laugh or scream.

Temtpation of St. Anthony, Salvator Rosa, 1645.