AleXsandro Palombo, the brilliant artist and activist who recently made headlines for "Simpsonising" the Royal family at the time of Princess Charlotte's birth, Caitlyn Jenner when she came out as transgender and Amal and George Clooney at their wedding, has returned with another brilliant artwork series - this time featuring English singer Adele.
Adele, who is basking in the success of her recently-released "Hello", has been immortalised by Palombo, in all her voluptuous beauty. For those who do not know, "Simpsonisation" is basically Palombo's idea of giving celebrities a make-over, making them look like characters from Fox's "The Simpsons".
Although Palombo's art is mostly fun and entertaining, he is also an activist who has used his work to raise awareness regarding acid attacks. The series titled "Disney Princesses as Acid Attack Survivors" featured various Disney princesses from Jasmine to Mulan, depicted as acid attack survivors.
"My work poses questions and creates reflections concerning the importance of diversity and human rights and in this society there are many children with disabilities the same rights as others," he had told IB Times India.
"Royal Babies Simpsonised" on the other hand was very breezy and made fans of the Royal family smile in appreciation. It not only transformed the latest addition to the Royal family and her parents into Simpson characters, but also made Princess Diana and Prince Charles appear holding baby Prince William in yellow-skinned caricatures.
To see all of Palombo's works, check out his Instagram page.