French artist Benjamin Béchet, whose work we spotted over on My Modern Met, creates images intended to provoke a double take. In his subversive photo series, beloved childhood characters like Winnie the Pooh, Spider-Man, Hello Kitty, and Snow White are seen living in the real world and on the margins of society. They wash windows and mop floors; they sleep under overpasses; they pump gas and serve tea. Does placing these figures in roles and situations that are often overlooked (or looked away from) achieve his desired effect of making the Other visible to the viewer? Click through the slideshow after the jump, and let us know what you think in the comments.