地味だけどオモロい! 一般人を狙ったイタズラ映像

見ているぶんには楽しいドッキリ映像。今回はドライバーや通行人をターゲットにしたお手軽ドッキリをご紹介!



まずは仕掛けも何もいらない、"見えないもの"を使ったドッキリから。



一時停止している車の前を通る1人の男。しかし何かを"またいで"横切るため、ドライバーは何かが落ちているのかと、バックしたり車から降りて確認したり...。地味だが試してみたくなるドッキリだ。お次は、降った雪がまだ残る街中。通行人に向け、男たちが次々と白い"雪の玉"を投げるが...。



映像を見ればわかる通り、その正体は白い風船。大抵の人は笑ってやり過ごしてくれるが、中にはキレ気味な人も。ここで紹介したお手軽イタズラは、くれぐれも真似しないように!

(参照元:viralviralvideos.com,tastefullyoffensive.com)


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ローマ法王がモチーフのアート作品
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WHAT: Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan presents Pope John Paul II lying on his side clutching a large pastoral staff, felled by an errant meteorite.

WHY WE LOVE IT: Did you read the meteorite part of the description?

WHAT: A lovely watercolor by British comedian Robert Popper. Here's his caption: "I dun a painting of the Pope ('Goodbye Pope'): pic.twitter.com/bQm9Z45l."

WHY WE LOVE IT: We're just suckers for homemade pope paintings.

WHAT: This controversial Pope John Paul II statue by artist Oliviero Rainaldi stands in Rome.

WHY WE LOVE IT: When the statue was first unveiled in front of Rome's main train station in May 2011, it was widely criticized by passers-by as looking more like Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini than the beloved Polish pope. Even the Vatican's own art critic wrote that it looked like a "bomb" had landed.

WHAT: Martinho Dias' color-hatched portrait of Pope Benedict XVI.

WHY WE LOVE IT: Dias has a whole series dedicated to intriguing portraits of Benedict XVI.

Image: Martinho Dias, #1 - Benedictus XVI - Portugal, paper, 22.8 x 15 in (Courtesy of SaatchiOnline.com)

WHAT: French anticlerical artist Jean-Paul Laurens painted this landmark work in 1870.

WHY WE LOVE IT: It depicts the famed "Cadaver Synod," when controversial pope Formosus (891 to 896 AD) was posthumously tried and convicted of perjury.

Image: Jean-Paul Laurens (1838–1921), Le Pape Formose et Etienne VII - Concile cadavérique de 897 (Pope Formosus and Stephen VII - The "Cadaver Synod"), 1870, oil, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nantes (Wikimedia)

WHAT: A hilarious take on the pope courtesy of Italian artist Pep Marchegiani.

WHY WE LOVE IT: It's part of an entire series titled "Vatigun," which you can view here.

Image: Pep Marchegiani

WHAT: A tribute to Pope John Paul II painted on a security gate in New York City. Artist James De La Vega, a graffiti artist with a degree from Cornell University, painted it on a Spanish Harlem storefront.

WHY WE LOVE IT: Who doesn't love some good papal street art design?

WHAT: China-based artist Michael Tsaturyan's "Pope Art." Get it?

WHY: Catholic Andy Warhol would be so proud.

Image: Michael Tsaturyan, Pope Art, Courtesy of SaatchiOnline.com

WHAT: Diego Velázquez's portrait of Pope Innocent X.

WHY WE LOVE IT: Scroll to the next slide...

Image: Portrait of Pope Innocent X, by Diego Velázquez (1650). Roma, Galleria Doria-Pampili.

WHAT: Francis Bacon's remix of Velazquez's Pope Innocent X.

WHY WE LOVE IT: It is definitely one of the more frightening artworks we have ever seen.

Image: Francis Bacon, Untitled (Pope), Circa 1954, Est. $18/25 million, Sotheby’s New York, Contemporary Art Evening Sale, 13 November 2012.

WHAT: A portrait of Pope Leo X, with Giulio de' Medici (1478-1534), future Pope Clement VII, to the left and his cousin Luigi de Rossi (1474-1519) to the right.

WHY WE LOVE IT: We're not trying to stereotype here, but this looks like it could be an early scene in "Goodfellas." Just look at Clement VII's scowl and tell us he's not going to make someone pay.

Image: Pope Leo X, between 1518 and 1519, oil on wood, 154 × 119 cm (60.6 × 46.9 in), Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence

WHAT: A portrait of Pope Benedict XVI by German artist Michael Triegel.

WHY WE LOVE IT: When Pope Benedict greeted the artist at the Vatican, he reportedly said, "Ah, so you’'re my Raphael..."

WHAT: Portrait of Pope Julius II by Raphael.

WHY WE LOVE IT: That is one sad pope, guys. (We do love the copious amount of rings he's rocking, though.)

Image: Raphael (1483–1520), Pope Julius II, 1511–1512, oil on panel, 63 × 40 cm (24.8 × 15.7 in), National Gallery

WHAT: The Vatican's newest official court artist Natalia Tsarkova poses next to a painting of Pope Benedict XVI on December 18, 2012 in her studio by Rome.

WHY WE LOVE IT: After Michelangelo and Raphael, the Vatican's latest official painter is something of an unusual choice -- an ebullient Russian woman with a pet owl.

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