In the 2000s, the musical mashup genre saw a peak of popularity with releases like The Grey Album from Danger Mouse that mixed The Beatles and Jay-Z. UK artist James Pursey from Carwow decided to take the same concept of shoehorning two disparate things together but applied the concept to cars. Your opinion on the results will vary with your sense of humor. These creations are either some funny pieces of abstract art or absolute monstrosities that prove good design should be left alone.
We know a few kids who love Britain's Top Gear more than any of the lame cartoon shows on the air (little Ariel, we're looking at you, buddy), but for some tots, those oafish Brits who present the hit BBC program may be a little too scary. Fortunately, an internet denizen has come to the rescue.
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