Deviant Art user minidelirium has created some of the most intricate papercraft art I've ever seen. She has created crafts of all sizes from a mini Kupo to a huge Zelda model. You should definitely check out her profile and look at the progress photos and more detailed shots of the characters.
Smug One is a British street artist who creates incredibly realistic yet highly stylized graffiti paintings. He creates some incredibly beautiful work of women, famous character portraits, and bizarre/humorous scenes. You can check out a large gallery of his work on Flickr.
"I decided this past summer that I wanted to make a fun bento every day for my son's lunches this school year. I dug around online for a bit to see ideas and found some very fun sites that have recipes and tutorials for how to manipulate food into shapes and patterns that you don't envision initially when you think about it.
Day one I put together a cute, generic style bento. I knew immediately that I wanted to do Disney characters and other fun imagery. But little did I know, that crazy idea I had during the summer would be received so warmly with my Facebook friends. I started posting them daily there and got so many requests for a place to see them all at once. A book, a blog... a tumblog."
Mike Mitchell's fun series "Just Like Us" puts cute pop culture icons and puts them into fun everyday situations. What's not to like about a Magneto being covered in magnetic alphabet letters or Dubmo riding the Dumbo ride? You can see the full list of these great works at the Gallery1988 website. Which one is your favorite?