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6 Seriously Random Works of Equine Art

Prepare to feel confused.

There’s art, and then there’s art. I’m talking about Da Vinci’s exquisite horse studies, the iconic leaping steeds in George Stubbs’ paintings, and modern masterpieces like Tony O’Connor’s stunning equine art. The following images are offered as a more, shall we say, avant garde gallery of equine art (and we use the term “art” loosely). From unorthodox sculptures to creepy paintings, these horsey creations are just plain weird.

First, there’s this horse head made of bacon.

"I'm so hungry, I could eat a... wait a minute." Photo courtesy of Walyou.com

“I’m so hungry, I could eat a… never mind.”

Then, a surreal photograph of a very tolerant horse surrounded by balloons:

Photo courtesy of Visualize.us.

The horse is probably thinking, “I’m in my happy place… I’m in my happy place…”

Here’s a whimsical folk art painting of a “Weird Horse Face”:

At least the artist is honest! Photo courtesy of Etsy.com.

At least the artist is honest!

David Černý’s sculpture “Kun” features a man riding an upside-down dead horse:

And it's located in a Czech shopping mall, too. Photo courtesy of Gallivance.net.

You never know what you might find in a Czech shopping mall.

Allegedly, this terrifying steel rocking horse is a “baby accessory”:

Accessory to MURDER, maybe. Photo courtesy of AmazingData.com.

Accessory to MURDER, maybe.

And I don’t even know what’s going on here, but I love it:

The longer I look, the funnier it gets. Photo courtesy of Buzzfeed.com

The longer I look, the funnier it gets.

Go Riding!

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