Some Genius Transformed Your Favorite Memes Into Fine Art

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 Smiths brilliant creations below:

Another Great Meme History One of the most Iconic Snitches in Black History "I'd Like to Report A……" 18 x 24 Oil on Canvas THIS WAS DIFFICULT AND I hate cameras because they really don't do pictures any justice, so I had to scan this in sections Meme prints available at (Link in bio) The first set I'm sending out will all be signed

A post shared by ALIM SMITH (@yesterdaynite) on Feb 24, 2017 at 9:48am PST

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