Speaking of matryoshka. Check out these Michael Jackson nesting dolls from a 2006 Music Art Form exhibit. Pop music meets folk art.
Update: It turns out that not everyone interprets this series the way I do. Two commenters think it's mean-spirited of the artist.
I think it's beautiful. To me, this piece is poignant. It shows how as MJ's life (and accomplishments) progressed, the world zeroed in on his flaws. To many, this beaming talent became a tabloid plastic surgery story. It's a sad truth that the world puts talent on a pedestal, only to tear it down over time.
Art seeks an emotional response. True, the first read might make many of us smile. However, I don't think the artist means to ridicule Jackson. Instead, I think he means to highlight how ridiculous it is that we all are fixated on his nose.