Let’s get something straight from the outset: Drake is 6 feet tall. The Canadian rapper-singer-actor is not a wee little pixie or sprite or elf of any kind. When perched forlornly atop Toronto’s mighty 1,815-foot CN Tower, however, he does tend to look a little insignificant. And that is precisely how he is depicted in some recently released album art for his upcoming studio album, Views. Drake shared the image several days ago via his popular Twitter account. It seems to have been an act of Canadian pride on the musician’s part.
Never one to let something like this slide, however, the internet immediately set to work on how best to make fun of the image. The answer was simple: Cut and paste the miniature Drake into other pictures, the more ridiculous the context, the better. The interactive media production company The Young Astronauts have made this process a snap with their own Drake’s Views image generator. This ingenious and admittedly well-designed website allows users to upload or simply drag and drop photos into a template and then add a little Drake anywhere they might choose to have him. Want him on Guy Fieri’s thumb? A few clicks and it’s done:
Drake might turn up just about anywhere. The neckline of Diana Ross’ dress, for instance:
Users might even try mixing their memes and have a sad, bite-sized Drake perched atop a sad, full-sized Keanu Reeves.
The possibilities are limited only by people’s imaginations here. Drake, by the way, can be moved around anywhere in the image. That Parental Advisory Explicit Content warning, however? It’s not going anywhere.
[via Pigeons And Planes]