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.
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?
Jagjot Singh Rubal gives final touches to a painting of re-elected US President Barack Obama, which he planed to mail to Obama as a gift, in Amritsar on November 7, 2012. (NARINDER NANU/AFP/Getty Images)
This #WTF moment was brought to you by a mall art gallery. #Obama
An acrylic on canvas painting of US President Barack Obama by Cuban-born artist Renelio Marin is seen through a protective grill of a gallery in New York City September 19, 2011. Marin has been working a series of paintings on historic American figures. (AFP PHOTO/Mandel NGAN)
Obama latte art , courtesy of our friends at Tokyo Otaku Mode.
A woman looks at a giant painting figuring US presidential candidates, democrat Barrack Obama (L) and republican John McCain as she visits the fiac international contemporary art fair on October 24, 2008 at the 'Grand Palais' in Paris, one day after its opening. The event takes place from 23 to 26 October at the Louvre Cour Carree, and at the Grand Palais. (AFP PHOTO LIONEL BONAVENTURE)
Is that an oatmeal base? Whatever it is, it's working for you, Mr. President.
A general view of a sand sculpture of President Barack Obama outside the Time Warner Cable Arena on September 1, 2012 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
One of the many Obama murals that popped on the walls of American cities.
A Myanmar police officer looks at a graffiti portrait of US president Barack Obama (L) with the words ''Welcome Obama'' in Yangon, on November 17, 2012. Myanmar's government has said it 'warmly welcomes' the historic visit of US President Barack Obama later this month, expressing hope his trip will bolster the nation's political reform drive. (NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP/Getty Images)
U.S. President Barack Obama during a presidential portrait sitting for an official photograph in the Oval Office.