Guy Puts Ikea Painting In Museum And Everyone Thinks It's Fancy Art (Video)

by Connor Toole

Ikea is largely known for making furniture you'll regret buying three hours into the assembly process and not fine art, which is why I paid $7 for the print of a chicken currently hanging above my fireplace.

Art museums, on the other hand, tend to specialize in the latter category, with people at least pretending the pieces have both intellectual and, in most cases, monetary value.

One man decided to infiltrate a museum with a piece of Ikea art and questioned a number of patrons on their opinion of it.

The major takeaways: The people who go to art museums are as terrible as you'd expect, and Dutch is a weird sounding language.