Some people see street art as a form of vandalism. But would an artwork still be branded as one if it actually makes a dull wall or sidewalk more pleasing to the eyes? Such is the purpose of the works of Barcelona-based street artist EFIX (Instagram). With humorous illustrations of pop culture characters painted or printed on paper, EFIX gives life to plain-looking passageways and fixes off-putting blemishes around his city. Wary of destroying the urban landscape, EFIX only uses materials that do not stay for a long time. Check out some of his works in the list below, and see how they\u2019ve made Barcelona look more alive than ever. #1 Mowgli and Baloo The Jungle Book\u2019s Mowgli and Baloo are enjoying the heat of the sun in this street art that seamlessly incorporates a beautiful palm tree and a sea of smooth white pebbles. EFIX also hung a bunch of bananas on a dangling rope to push the artwork\u2019s tropical vibe even further. #2 Marge Simpson and her bushy hair An unruly, huge lump of wall plant stands in as Marge Simpson\u2019s beehive-like hairstyle in this charming artwork. Though some fans may find the height of the hair substitute shorter than the real thing, everyone would probably still agree that it\u2019s a fun idea. #3 Sylvester and Tweety Trying to get away from Sylvester\u2019s sight, Tweety flies into a nearby window to hide. But before Tweety can do so, Sylvester already finds him and appears to be planning his next evil plan. #4 Octopus fire hydrant This fire hydrant became more noticeable after getting a vivid makeover from EFIX. The street artist dressed the hydrant\u2019s base with eight brightly-colored octopus\u2019 arms, and put cutouts of cartoony eyes and mouth onto the hydrant\u2019s head, making it appear like a funny-looking, angry cephalopod. #5 SpongeBob portable toilet If you\u2019re a huge fan of SpongeBob SquarePants, then you\u2019d be happy to see this portable toilet inspired by your favorite Nickelodeon sea sponge. Painted with a huge image of the character\u2019s face, this portable toilet would make you feel like you\u2019re in Bikini Bottom. #6 Captain Hook Featuring a Captain Hook painting on the back of a door, this artwork seamlessly blends the two-dimensional image with the real world by cleverly connecting it to the door hook. If you\u2019re kids often forget to lock their doors when they\u2019re alone, then you may want to commission an artist to make a similar one for their rooms. #7 Lisa Simpson and her saxophone Lisa Simpson is soulfully playing her saxophone in this street art that ingeniously makes use of an outdoor plumbing pipe as a double for the character\u2019s musical instrument. To make the street art more realistic, the pipe is painted in gold and a shadow effect is added to the ground. #8 TMNT\u2019s Raphael For this quirky street art, EFIX turned a green pedestrian crossing signal into an image of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles character Raphael. The exact process of the transformation is unclear, but some fans think EFIX hand-painted Raphael\u2019s eye mask, mouth, belt, and pads on transparent plastic sheets; cut them out; and attached them to the traffic signal accordingly. #9 Finding Nemo\u2019s Crush This manhole got the Finding Nemo treatment after EFIX turned it into the film\u2019s sea turtle character, Crush. While the manhole cover with grid-like design makes a great substitute for Crush\u2019s shell, the street art\u2019s two-dimensional appearance makes the sea turtle look like he\u2019s driven over by a car. #10 The Aristocats\u2019 Marie The Aristocats\u2019 Marie may be known for her ladylike qualities, but this street art proves that she can also hunt for her own food. Sitting on top of what appears to be a boundary marker, the white-furred kitten proudly shows off the mouse he caught all by herself. #11 Pinocchio EFIX gave a parking pole a whole new meaning after decking it out with a cutout painting of Pinocchio\u2019s face. The cutout was fixed to the ground in a way where the pole appeared as the stand-in for the character\u2019s elongating nose. #12 Simba, Pumbaa, and Timon This street art recreates one of the memorable shots from the 1994 animated film The Lion King. In the original scene, which is part of the \u201cHakuna Matata\u201d sequence, Simba, Pumbaa, and Timon, are crossing a cliff using a log as a bridge. But for this playful artwork by EFIX, the three friends appear to be walking over a chain barrier, all in high spirits. #13 Mario and a piranha plant A disregarded, textured wall became an extension of the Mushroom Kingdom after EFIX put a vivid painting of Mario jumping over a piranha plant on it. An outdoor plumbing pipe affixed on the wall serves as the street art\u2019s warp pipe, making the Mario images fuse with the real world quite perfectly. #14 Zombie This street art is an interpretation of Kerry Callen\u2019s \u201cHappiness Is Fleeting\u201d zombie illustration. The original art shows a sad zombie losing a red balloon and his left arm. EFIX\u2019s version is quite the same, but a hole in the background wall takes the place of the balloon. #15 Hug-loving cactus EFIX turned a cactus into a hug-loving cartoon character by attaching amusing cutouts of eyes and mouth onto it. To establish that the cactus\u2019 longing for cuddles, a \u201cFree Hugs\u201d placard was planted to the ground right in front of it. #16 Up\u2019s Carl Fredricksen EFIX made a boring wall a little interesting by putting a cutout illustration of Carl Fredricksen on it. In the image, the beloved character from the 2009 animated film Up appears to be floating mid-air as he holds onto a balloon depicted by a round window screen in the wall. #17 Looney Tunes\u2019 Wile E. Coyote Hiding behind a service area interface, Wile E. Coyote is all set to catch the Road Runner once and for all. With a TNT detonator right in front of him, the Coyote confidently waits for his prey to fall for the trap he made. #18 Tom and Jerry This street art perfectly captures the classic rivalry between Tom the cat and Jerry the mouse. Lighting an explosive shoved into Jerry\u2019s mouse hole, Tom thinks that he\u2019s got the upper hand. Unbeknown to him, Jerry is right behind him igniting a much bigger stick of dynamite. #19 Sideshow Bob Featuring an image of Sideshow Bob\u2019s face, this plant pot would probably make Bart Simpson take a second look. While the villain\u2019s treacherous look already makes the artwork on point, the plant in the pot standing in as the character\u2019s iconic palm tree-shaped hair takes this creation to a whole new level of creativity. #20 Homer Simpson x Ryu Inspired by Ryu\u2019s special attack from Capcom\u2019s Street Fighter series, this mixed media art features a cutout painting of Homer Simpson doing the iconic Hadouken. The energy balls created from the move, meanwhile, are represented by the x-shaped anchor plates that are lined up across the wall background. #21 Marge Simpson and her towering hair EFIX cleverly merged this cutout image of Marge Simpson with the real world by setting it against a towering cylindrical skyscraper that stands in for her iconic beehive-like hairstyle. #22 Young Tarzan EFIX brought new life to this worn-out wall by putting a cutout painting of a young Tarzan happily swinging from a vine. The vine looks like a long crack in the wall, which blends in seamlessly with the flaky fa\u00e7ade of the concrete fence. #23 Woody This street art features a cutout painting of Toy Story\u2019s Woody wondering how his hat has gone up beyond his reach. If it isn\u2019t obvious, his sheriff\u2019s hat is actually represented by what appears to be a brown round window in the wall just above him. #24 Mowgli EFIX made this rather unsightly wall into something cute by adding a cutout image of Mowgli hanging upside down from a branch of a tree. The branch, in this case, is an awkwardly angled outdoor plumbing pipe that has been there long before the street artist decided to turn the wall into a canvas. #25 Baby elephant EFIX masked an out-of-place outdoor plumbing pipe with a cute cutout painting of a baby elephant. With the pipe cleverly serving as the elephant\u2019s trunk, that particular space is now a lovely sight to look at. #26 Homer Simpson munching an apple The Simpsons patriarch takes his first bite from an apple in this funny artwork that fuses a cutout painting with the real world. To achieve the final look, the cutout was set against the storefront of an Apple store, with the iconic logo of the electronics brand serving as the character\u2019s healthy snack. #27 Tramp This artwork recreates the fan-favorite spaghetti scene from the 1955 Disney animated film Lady and the Tramp. Unlike the original, this version only features Tramp in a form of a cutout painting, and a mooring rope that stands in for the strand of pasta. #28 Peeing Homer Simpson Featuring a cutout painting of Homer Simpson facing back, this mixed media art creates a hilarious illusion of the Simpsons patriarch peeing into a fountain. #29 Donut-loving Homer Simpson Homer Simpson\u2019s love for donuts is in full display in this quirky street art that features a cutout painting of the Simpsons patriarch reaching a gigantic, donut-shaped inflatable signage. #30 Naked Homer Simpson Featuring a cutout image of Homer Simpson in his birthday suit, this mixed media art finds the Simpsons patriarch inside a museum. Though it looks like Homer is rushing to get dressed, there\u2019s really no need to panic, as a lot of the statues displayed in the museum are naked as well. #31 Bart Simpson EFIX turned the letter \u201cT\u201d in the Dead-End Street sign into an image of a basketball ring, board, and stand. He then added a cutout painting of a determined-looking Bart Simpson trying to do a layup. #32 Witch Lisa Simpson This mixed media art finds Lisa Simpson enjoying her broomstick ride as a witch with their family pet cat, Snowball. Though a proper witch hat is nowhere to be seen in the photo, a traffic cone makes a perfect stand-in for the missing head accessory. #33 Jailed Homer Simpson Featuring a cutout painting of Homer Simpson set behind steel grills, this street art reimagines what the Simpsons patriarch would look if he\u2019s put behind bars.