Ukrainian creative agency Looma recently came up with a creative way of informing people on how to stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic. They gave 9 famous art pieces quarantine makeovers and paired them with important PSA’s as part of the global #FlattenTheCurve campaign and you don’t need to be an art lover to appreciate them.
“We can say that the ability to preserve the quarantine – is a kind of art. This is how we came up with idea of “Art of Quarantine” campaign, launched in association with Ministry of Culture and Informational Security of Ukraine,” writes Looma. “Classic art pieces get a new look and teach how to stop the spread of COVID-19 and stay safe.”
Check out the famous art pieces sporting quarantine makeovers in the gallery below
Jacques-Louis David, Napoleon Crossing The Alps
Leonardo Da Vinci, Last Supper
Rene Magritte, The Son Of A Man
Leonardo Da Vinci, Lady With An Ermine
Michelangelo, The Creation Of Adam
Frederick Leighton, Orpheus And Euridyke
Benjamin West, Mrs. Wordell as Hebe
Giovani Battista Salvi, Praying Madonna
Raphael, Portrait Of A Young Man
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