Poodolph, 2006 That's not a typo - this post isn't about pop art - it's about poop art. That's right, NYC-based Sprinkle Brigade, a self-proclaimed group of guys who still live in their parents' basement, takes turds that they find on the street and upcycles (we use the term loosely here) them into little pieces of joy. Check out the full array of their work, which ranges from a chocolate colored Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer to the slightly more stomach-churning "Risotto Negro." Click through our gallery to see them all - unless you recently ate.
The idea behind Sprinkle Brigade‘s “pieces” is pretty obvious, so we’ll spare you the details. Whether you think the art is thought-provoking or just plain $#*t, we have to admit that most of the arrangements are clever and definitely chuckle-inducing. Check out videos of some of the more popular works here.