With Lady Gaga's new album Artpop arriving this week, the pop star continues to push forward her artistic vision to her rabid fanbase. Over the years, that fanbase has been quite adept at creating their own "artpop" around Gaga's image. The caliber of this fan art ranges from amateur to extraordinary, as countless hours are spent capturing and re-imagining each of her style evolutions. Gaga pays her fans back by occasionally retweeting their work, and even exceptionally talented devotees, such as Helen Green, have even earned coveted positions in Haus of Gaga, which entails projects like designing illustrations for Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation and and the Born Brave Bus Tour. Sound like a fun gig? These aren't simple notebook doodles: Here are some of the most amazing and avant garde examples of art devoted to Lady Gaga. —Laura Li
As glamorous as she's ever been, Lady Gaga is polished to perfection in pink and glitter.
Gaga wags a finger in a portrait inspired by her 2010 hit "Telephone" with Beyoncé.
Gaga commissioned her followers to submit teal-haired sketches to possibly be featured in her V Magazine column during her Born This Way promotions.
Gaga donned a suit and mask of butterflies for a 2011 Harper's Bazaar spread; the blue lipstick and dragonflies are the artist's own touch.
How fitting to see Gaga enshrouded in a galaxy in light of her announcement of plans to perform in space.
Gaga is no stranger to skull imagery and claw-shaped nails, both of which featured in her "Born This Way" music video.
Yes, Lady Gaga wore this outfit (sans snake) out and about in London this October.
Each circle in this image is made of a single color placed individually on a black background.
This sketch captures Gaga's kooky and carefree attitude when it comes to changing up her appearance.
This image is part of an unofficial lyric video for "Venus" — click here to watch it.
Gaga channels her inner fashion diva in this moving gif — click here to see it.
Here, Gaga seems to have emerged from a pile of dust, but the effect is quite beautiful.
Lady Gaga playing cards, anyone?
Gaga gets the puppet treatment in this splashy conceptualization of her cover for "Do What U Want." (The actual cover was a shot of her thong-clad butt.)
This piece takes Gaga's creepy cover for "Dope" even further into Burton-esque territory.
You'll recognize this as Gaga's 2011 Rolling Stone cover.
This watercolor encapsulates the somber side Gaga showed during her "Dope" performance at the YouTube Music Awards.
One of the many imagery inspirations from Gaga's "Applause" music video was Botticelli's "Birth of Venus" painting.