The “re-defining” of the animal kingdom has become a widespread trend among artists these days. And sharks are no different. Of course, sharks are fun to play with creatively: their pointy noses, sharp teeth and ferocious nature make them the perfect adversary or the classic anthropomorphic character. Have a look at the shark-inspired artwork below by different artists all over the world.
I still walk around singing this song to myself 20 years later. I dare you not to be singing it tomorrow.
The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living is an artwork created in 1991 by Damien Hirst. It consists of a tiger shark preserved in formaldehyde in a vitrine.
Everyone knows sharks are awesome, but did you know Shark Week falls on the same week as the U.S. Open Surfing competition?
Sharks are so misunderstood. Humans can't breath under water, right? Oh God, he's drowning!
Shark Week is almost 1/2 way over!!!!!
The real story behind JAWS!
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Treasure Chest, a religious adventure comic from the 1950s offers a prescient take on Shark Week.
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This is what happens when Shark Week and a Harry Potter marathon clash during an all night bender. The most terrifying Dark Wizard of the high seas. Majestic, misunderstood, deadly.
All Hail Shark Week. Sharks must have some cutthroat agents.