Zhang Hongtu, "Mai Dang Lao" cast bronzes, 2002. (Click for a larger size).
I figured a good contribution would be some bronze work by one of my favorite artists, Zhang Hongtu, a Chinese artist living out of New York. Due to his location, a lot of his work is a reflection of Chinese censorship, particularly evident with his "Material Mao" collection, but he largely experiments and plays with mixing Chinese and Western styling.
This piece, "Mai Dang Lao" is my personal favorite because its a perfect mix of Bronze age Chinese aesthetic as a couple of McDonald's containers. It's based off of Chinese bronzes made in the Shang Dynasty, 1600-1046 BCE. The design on the bronzes mimic the taotie face designs common during that time.
Zhang Hongtu works with a big variety of media so I really recommend checking him out. His paintings of Chinese literati scenery in the style of Van Gogh are also humorous and very beautiful. Hopefully it will be of some sort of inspiration for you guys or at the very least be of interest.
Thanks for looking,
Zhang Hongtu's site: http://www.momao.com/
"Mai Dang Lao" can be found under the "Mixed Media" tab on his Gallery page.
Wikipedia's article on taotie designs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taotie
Wikipedia's article on the Shang Dynasty: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shang_Dynasty