Hungarian Artist Creates Hilarious Scenes By Placing Characters In Movies Or TV Shows They Don’t Belong In – Design You Trust

Hungarian Artist Creates Hilarious Scenes By Placing Characters In Movies Or TV Shows They Don’t Belong In

Have you ever wondered what would happen if Ace Ventura and The Joker were in one movie? What about Deadpool and Vincent Vega teaming up? No? Well, this Hungarian artist has, and he created these funny edits to show us what that would look like.

Pixelfaker takes characters that we all know and love and places them into movies and TV shows they really don’t belong in—by doing that, he creates amazing scenes that look hilarious. Most of us would probably want to see half of these movies or shows.

More: Pixelfaker, Instagram, Facebook h/t: boredpanda

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