This Artist Creates Terrifying 3D Art of Your Favorite Cartoon Characters

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Being an artist gives you the freedom to explore, enhance, and even redefine beauty. Artists are constantly evolving with their work and as art grows, so does the threshold of creativity. Now, thanks to Instagram, artists are able to share more of their work on a platform that reaches all around the world. More than ever, unique art is being shared and showered with love thanks to social media and the brave artists who maneuver and pioneer new forms of art.

One artist decided to share his 3D art with his followers and let’s just say, sometimes the beauty of art can be quite terrifying. His art shows some of our favorite cartoon characters from The Simpsons to Spongebob Squarepants to Phineas and Ferb, but they don’t look exactly how we remember them…

Reactions vary from amazement to disgust to straight up fear. Some of his art pieces have really freaked people out, so you’ll just have to see for yourself to see what we mean.

No matter the medium used, art is meant to provoke emotion and hopefully draw a reaction from its viewers.

Everyone interprets art differently, and some just completely miss the point, if there is a point.

Every artist is trying their best to make something new and amaze fans, which can mean taking some pretty big creative risks in their work.

Art that is almost too real can leave you with a really disturbing feeling, and one artist is taking that to a whole new level.

Miguel Vasquez creates these 3D art pieces of famous cartoons and the internet is shook beyond words.

Vasquez is a little too good at his job and has decided to share his gifts with the world which might be a blessing and a curse to us all.

The details of Vasquez’s work are so good it’s scary.

Some of his most well-known work has been the cast of Spongebob Squarepants and we aren’t sure whether to be amazed or horrified.

Here’s the famous good-looking Squidward, made with a perfect jawline and incredibly scary bone structure.

Vasquez did this piece of Mike Wazowski with just enough terrifying details to make us actually afraid of monsters in our closets.

Mike would have scared children all over the world if this version was used in the movie.

The innocent childhood show is now forever tainted by those big, creepy eyes.

He went and attacked the Thornberry family from Nickelodeon! I don’t know if I can take much more!

This is just so disturbing! That last image looks like a straight up mugshot.

Someone set this as their background and I feel very afraid. His eyes are just staring into my soul.

I used to love this show and now I’ll never look at it the same way again.

Here’s one of our favorite cartoon couples, now scarier than ever.

These characters are now way too realistic and I will never be able to unsee these images.

Many Twitter replies were people commenting how scared they were of these art pieces, some even tweeting pictures of Homer himself pouring bleach into his eyes.

I used to be ready to watch Adventure Time at any given moment, and now I’m not so sure.

And now I really can’t get this picture out of my head!

Arnold and Gerald from Hey, Arnold! are really not as friendly as I had them painted them out to be.

Courage the Cowardly Dog was a super weird show that was pretty creepy to begin with, but this gives creepy a whole new definition.

If I’m a grown woman and I’m afraid of these cartoons, I can’t imagine how a kid would react.

Some of Vasquez’s work was featured in this “Kids React” video on YouTube, and their poor, innocent eyes will never be able to unsee these things.

Vasquez was shocked by the overwhelming response of some of his art but is not offended by people being grossed out by his work.

It’s a weird mix of emotions but for some reason I can’t look away from these images.

I might have to sleep with the light on for a few days.

One of Vasquez’s pieces was featured on a billboard showing a character from the show Hot Streets. Hopefully, it didn’t scare any drivers.

I saved the worst (best?) for last: his rendition of Kermit the Frog has me totally freaked out. Why does he have teeth? And why does he have man boobs?!

Vasquez is a creative genius and we got a chance to see more of his work and hear his creative process from this interview he did with Art Insider.

But you can’t deny the insane talent Vasquez has.

Some of Vasquez’s pieces are being made into actual toys that are available for purchase. If you wanted to scare your niece or nephew, you know what to get them.

It could be the worst present they’ve ever received, but at least they’d remember it forever.

So the best thing you can do is share the fear with your friends and family. Share this art with others so you aren’t the only one feeling haunted.