We've had Paul Robertson's work on our minds a lot lately, mostly due to his awesome sprites in Ubisoft's Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game, and so has artist Aaron Meyers -- for the hell of it, he mapped NASA's topographical LIDAR data of the moon to frames from one of Paul Robertson animated gif.

You can see the results in the strange image above, though it's much more impressive when you examine this 7000x7000 image for a closer look at all the bumps and craters. And here's a link to the animated GIF, in case you're wondering at what these faces are (Pokeballs, Jigglypuffs, King Slimes, and other cute characters!).

[Thanks, Brandon!]