Just when you thought nothing could have you rolling the way a good meme does, Afro-surrealist artist Alim Smith turned all your fave faces into fine art.
From the timeless images of a teary-eyed Michael Jordan to the face of a confused Nick Young, Smith uses surrealism to exaggerate the hilarity of these folks.
Based in Delaware, Smith ― who derives inspiration from black popular culture in his artwork ― began posting these images in homage to what he refers to as “Black Meme History Month.”
Check out some of Smith’s brilliant creations below:
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