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Owner Puts Her Fat Ginger Cat Into Famous Paintings, And The Result Is Hilarious (15 Pics)

Cats are very beautiful to look at; their poses are so elegant it looks as if they were the subjects of great masters’ paintings. One cat in Russia takes this to another level by actually being a subject of many famous paintings done by the greatest artists of all time. The beautiful, plump, ginger tabby with an awesome name, Zarathustra, sneaks comfortably into paintings and fits right in. “If I fits, I sits or lays, in whatever the artist portrays,” said he.

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I Make Artwork From Real Pressed Flowers

I love flowers and I love drawing, so I put both together and I got pressed flowers art! It usually takes around 4 weeks for flowers to dry and then the magic happens when I draw the design and glue flowers on the paper. It takes me about 3 – 5 hours per piece.

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For His Newborn Daughter’s Photoshoot, This Dad Recreated Famous Paintings He And His Wife Love

Photos from our early childhood can be charming because of how unprofessional, candid, and random they are, but they are usually not something people would like to frame. Nowadays, newborn photography is way more creative than just snapping a few photos of a crying baby with a camera, and many photographers specialize in capturing the first weeks of newborns’ lives in the most beautiful and cute way possible. There’s not much you can ask from a newborn to make your photos stand out, but if you think out of the box, the result can be amazing. Art became an inspiration for this cool dad from Brazil who decided to take newborn photography to another level.
He wanted to create one-of-a-kind memories from the precious first moments with his newborn daughter by recreating the most famous paintings in history that he and his wife love. At just 18 days old, a baby girl, Letícia, became an adorable mini version of some of the most iconic women ever painted—Mona Lisa, The Girl with a Pearl Earring, and Frida Kahlo, which represent different art movements like Baroque, Renaissance, and Surrealism.

Photos from our early childhood can be charming because of how unprofessional, candid, and random they are, but they are usually not something people would like to frame. Nowadays, newborn photography is way more creative than just snapping a few photos of a crying baby with a camera, and many photographers specialize in capturing the first weeks of newborns’ lives in the most beautiful and cute way possible. There’s not much you can ask from a newborn to make your photos stand out, but if you think out of the box, the result can be amazing. Art became an inspiration for this cool dad from Brazil who decided to take newborn photography to another level.

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My Origami Cat Puns

Two years ago I shared my pop culture-inspired origami. Since then I have been busy creating more characters…but with a feline twist! Here is my newest collection of cat-pun-inspired paper art.

Each model starts as an origami cat base and is decorated to resemble a famous character. They take approximately 20 to 30 minutes to create. They are then photographed and backgrounds are added digitally.

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I Make Artwork From Real Pressed Flowers

I love flowers and I love drawing, so I put both together and I got pressed flowers art! It usually takes around 4 weeks for flowers to dry and then the magic happens when I draw the design and glue flowers on the paper. It takes me about 3 – 5 hours per piece.

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I Recreated Famous Paintings With My Girlfriend And Our Cats (18 Pics)

I am a professional photographer. When the quarantine was announced for the first time, the whole world was locked down, so my reservations got canceled and I found myself staying at home with my partner and two cats.

Feeling a bit bored and suffering from a lack of cultural activities, I was looking at art online; I was really inspired by the people and their creativity during the time of world pandemic and lockdown, so I decided to give it a go myself: I recreated classic art by photography using only the things that I could find at home and with the help of my beloved ones. This is what we made!

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René Magritte “The Lovers” (1928)

René Magritte "The Lovers" (1928)

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Will Barnet “Woman Reading” (1965)

Will Barnet "Woman Reading" (1965)

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Anatolijus Michailovas-Klošaras “Family Portrait” (2015)

Anatolijus Michailovas-Klošaras "Family Portrait" (2015)

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Caravaggio “Boy Bitten By A Lizard” (1596)

Caravaggio "Boy Bitten By A Lizard" (1596)

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Gustav Klimt “Portrait Of Eugenia Primavesi” (1913)

Gustav Klimt "Portrait Of Eugenia Primavesi" (1913)

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Emma Tingard “Young Anita”

Emma Tingard "Young Anita"

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Firmin Baes “The Young Girl And The Cabbage” (1903)

Firmin Baes "The Young Girl And The Cabbage" (1903)

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Antin Losenko “Zeus And Thetis” (Xviii Century)

Antin Losenko "Zeus And Thetis" (Xviii Century)

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Jacques-Louis David “La Mort De Marat” (1793)

Jacques-Louis David "La Mort De Marat" (1793)

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Frida Kahlo “Diego On My Mind” (1943)

Frida Kahlo "Diego On My Mind" (1943)

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Henri De Toulouse “In Bed, The Kiss” (1892)

Henri De Toulouse "In Bed, The Kiss" (1892)

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Suzanne Valadon “Portrait Of Maurice Utrillo” (1921)

Suzanne Valadon "Portrait Of Maurice Utrillo" (1921)

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Marc Chagall “Over Vitebsk” (1913)

Marc Chagall "Over Vitebsk" (1913)

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Orazio Gentileschi “Cupid And Psyche” (1610)

Orazio Gentileschi "Cupid And Psyche" (1610)

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Tamara De Lempicka “Portrait Of A Man Or Mr Tadeusz De Lempicki” (1928)

Tamara De Lempicka "Portrait Of A Man Or Mr Tadeusz De Lempicki" (1928)

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Michelangelo Merisi Da Caravaggio “Young Sick Bacchus (Bacchino Malato)” (1593/1594)

Michelangelo Merisi Da Caravaggio "Young Sick Bacchus (Bacchino Malato)" (1593/1594)

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Bernardino Luini “Salome Receiving The Head Of St John The Baptist” (Xvi Century)

Bernardino Luini "Salome Receiving The Head Of St John The Baptist" (Xvi Century)

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Tsukioka Yoshitoshi “Teasing The Cat” (1888)

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi "Teasing The Cat" (1888)

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We Are Two Dads With Twins And Every Year We Put Together Full-Body Halloween Costumes For Our Family (6 Pics)

Our family isn’t traditional; we are more of “the new normal.” Two fathers, Manny Lopez & Paul Sandmann. Adelaide and Augustus came into our world in 2014 via surrogacy and are the joy of our lives.

Halloween is my favorite event of the year and the moment we found out we were having twins (a boy and a girl), I immediately started thinking about family Halloween costumes. I always want to make Adelaide the main character since she is the girl of the house, so every year, we make our own creative costumes around a strong female lead. We also take and edit all of our pictures.

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Halloween 2015 – Wizard of OZ

2015: The Wizard of OZ. I dreamt of this picture, and it came out exactly like my dream. These cool costumes were purchased 60%, and we made the rest.

We hope you enjoy our pictures as much as we do.

Halloween 2016 – Game of Thrones

2016 was Game of Thrones. This HBO series is so popular, so I wanted to push myself on creating these DIY costumes, so I made everything with the exception of Augustus’ little dragon and the two adults’ dragon heads. It took me about three months for this Halloween costume idea to come together because I had to hand-paint the dragons and let the paint dry so I could move onto the next body part. Adelaide’s dress was all custom made.

Halloween 2017 – The Fifth Element

2017: The Fifth Element. We made pretty much everything with the exception of Paul’s costume (right), which we pieced together from purchased components. This was a very ambitious project since I didn’t have a clue how to make these DIY Halloween costumes and have limited sewing experience. I believe I did a pretty good job, especially on the Diva Plavalaguna costume worn by me, Manny (left), which required a number of revisions.

It took me about two months to make these costumes, especially the Diva costume (Manny—left), which was a LOT of work and a lot of failed patterns.

Halloween 2018 – The Masters of the Universe

For 2018, The Masters of the Universe, where She-Ra and her twin brother, He-Man, protect the universe together against villains Hordak (Manny—left) and Skeletor (Paul—right).

The costumes were challenging to make, especially Hordak, but with Paul’s help, it finally came together. The Hordak costume took about 2 months and is made of faux leather, plastic bones, cardboard, and a lot of patience. Skeletor was also a bit difficult, especially building the hoodie with the chest piece, which was made of faux leather and wire.
I created He-Man from a combination of DIY and pieces that I found on the internet, like the muscle shirt. I let Augustus’ hair grow naturally for about 3 months since I knew he would have refused to wear a wig. The only challenge then was to spray his hair orange. Adelaide’s costume, on the other hand, was commissioned to her specific size and details since I didn’t even dare to try making leotards with my limited sewing skills.

Halloween 2019 – Frida Kahlo and Andy Warhol

In 2019, we chose the artist Frida Kahlo, who was not only a revolutionary artist, but a powerful voice for women. I am one of Frida’s famous paintings. Augustus, on the other hand, is another revolutionary artist, Andy Warhol, who was a leading figure in the Pop Art movement. Paul depicts one of his self-portraits. We created everything from the costumes, 3D box frames, and props to doing our own hair, makeup, photoshoot, and editing. The kids were so happy, especially Adelaide, who loves to draw and paint. She loved it even more when I told her that Frida was a painter!

Halloween 2020 – Super Mario

For this year’s costumes, Adelaide wanted to be Princess Peach from the Super Mario video game. I created the costumes from a combination of purchased pieces, new construction, and recycled parts from preview costumes. I really didn’t want to do the normal Super Mario character but Augustus insisted on being Mario. His bedding is Super Mario so how could we say no? Adelaide’s dress was made by an Etsy designer. She and I cut and styled her wig and chose the makeup to give her the Princess Peach look.

Augustus was the easiest. You can find the outfit everywhere, but we made it puffier and of course, the key is that his personality really brings the character to life in his poses. I knew that I had to be Bowser, which would require painting a bodysuit and adding a large tail. I created the tail from yards of cloth, the stuffing from our Game of Thrones outfit, and parts of the belt and leather straps from the Masters of the Universe costumes. I found these cool headpieces for Paul (Yoshi) and I on the internet, so I decided to use these as a base, spicing them up with color and fill so that they matched the colors and character of the scene. Paul’s costume followed a similar path and the whole family helped with painting and constructing the various pieces. We did the photoshoot in our garage for over 2 days followed by many hours of photo editing.

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21 Artificial Intelligence Recreations Of Famous Paintings, Historical Figures, And Cartoons By This Artist

Artificial intelligence has become very easy to access to the public, which has made it very popular. Artists all over are combining their skills and AI to create all kinds of edits. Even most apps have filters that use AI to make you look older, younger, or even a different gender.

This San Francisco-based graphics artist uses this new technology to see how famous paintings and cartoon characters would look if they were realistic, and how artificial intelligence recreates historical figures from paintings or portraits on money bills.

On his website, Nathan says: “I am a technical director, creative technologist, visual effects supervisor, and motion graphics artist with over a decade of experience. Currently exploring the intersection of art and AI.”

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Miles Morales From Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

Miles Morales From Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

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Aria Whitaker3 hours ago

His hair looks more realistic in the cartoon version….IMO.7ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

Nathan Shipley answered some questions for us. He told us what inspired him to create these edits: “On one side, I love to create impossible images and explore new technology. I’ve got a background in animation and visual effects and once I saw what is possible using AI and machine learning tools, I realized there are so many things that could be done with them that would otherwise be impossible. Even some things that may be technically possible with VFX and CG could still be very time-consuming or expensive, whereas AI enables entirely new possibilities.

On the other side, it’s fascinating to explore how an AI model built on a particular dataset with a particular framework can ‘see’ the world and then transform images. The AI ‘knows’ only what it has already seen and filters the world through this lens. Each little tweak to the dataset, the training parameters, the model, and the input imagery all have the possibility to change the output. This is a space to explore how artificial neural networks interpret the world in a way that can be similar to our own minds. I’m not saying that an image I created is what Mona Lisa actually looked like, but it is how the machine sees her based on this particular arrangement of variables. That, to me, is fascinating.”#2 

Rembrandt

Rembrandt

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mysty5 hours ago

nahh you grabbed a time machine and went back in time for this one.4ReplyView more comments

“I have always loved to draw, take photos and paint. I’ve also always had a computer around since I was in elementary school using a 286 with MS-DOS and no hard drive. The combination of traditional art and technology has been a natural step for me and led to my career in VFX and animation.

My current interest in exploring face manipulation and generative art using AI and machine learning started with a project for the Salvador Dali museum called Dali Lives in 2018. I used early deepfake code to bring Dali back to the museum to talk to visitors about his art. From here, I moved into working with GANs and realized how powerful neural networks can be for image processing and generation! For me, creating art is both an expression of curiosity and an act of exploration through process.”#3 

Elastigirl From The Incredibles

Elastigirl From The Incredibles

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Benjámin Dorogi6 hours ago

Heavy Jenna Coleman vibes 😀6Reply#4 

Mona Lisa

Mona Lisa

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Martha Meyer5 hours ago

The AI completely left out her see-through veil and the middle part in her hair.8ReplyView More Replies…View more commentshttps://6481d5b429d408a5d08a3d5c0f6a267b.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html

“My favorite part about creating art is the process of actually making it; the journey and all the exploration that goes with it.  I love having a problem and no idea how I’m going to solve it, putting my headphones on, losing track of time, and just trying things until it works. 

It’s great to see a finished image, but it’s even more exciting to try new code, use code in ways it wasn’t meant to be, combine different tools together, and create entirely new art through new processes.”#5 

Miguel From Coco

Miguel From Coco

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Yeah this one is pretty good2ReplyView more comments#6 

George Washington

George Washington

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AI is horrible with hair8ReplyView more comments

Nathan has a 4-year-old son and he loves to explore the world with him: “We fish, go to the beach, paint, draw, read, play baseball, and pretend.  Otherwise I love running – it calms me down and focuses my mind.” 

The artist tells us more about himself: “I’m just a guy from the midwest of the United States.  I grew up in Indiana, went to Indiana University, and then worked doing animation for TV at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.  Eventually I was ready to leave Indiana and go to California.

I was very fortunate to first have the opportunity to travel around the world for a year with no plan before moving to San Francisco.  I flew to Lima, Peru on a one way ticket and spent the next 12 months staying in a handful of cities in South America, Eastern Europe, Turkey, India, and Thailand.  If I got to a place I liked, I got an apartment and stayed for a month.

Traveling, being curious about the world and meeting many different people goes quite well with creating art and just living life in general.

I did eventually land in San Francisco where I’ve spent the last 10 years working on animation, VFX, and creative technology projects at Google, Intel, and currently the ad agency Goodby, Silverstein & Partners.”#7 

Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo

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Candice Nachman5 hours ago

It’s so sexist that it took out her very real unibrow which she was proud to wear9ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#8 

Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin

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Happy Days3 hours ago

He has a earing? HIPPIE BEN FRANKLIN!!7ReplyView more comments

Nathan explains how he creates these edits: “It’s a very iterative and explorative process.  In the most simple terms, a face is used as input for the software and the software generates new faces based on the input.  I have examples where I am creating “real” versions of painted or cartoon people and also cartoon versions of real people.

 More specifically, to create real people, the central part of the process uses machine learning to find a human who has a similar shape to the faces in an AI network created by Nvidia.  This network is created with a GAN (a kind of machine learning framework, this GAN is called StyleGAN) and trained on a dataset of 70,000 human faces (called FFHQ).  The AI learns how to generalize what a human face looks like and can then generate new human faces that don’t actually exist but look very realistic.

Because the network is trained on images of real people, it’s very good at creating more real people, even when you give it an input that is just a drawing or painting.

I have other examples using the same tool (StyleGAN) to create new images based on 400 year old woodcuts of Aesop’s Fables illustrations, Beeple’s library of everydays, and even custom datasets to make music videos for musicians like Qrion and Hiatus.  A lot of these are on my site here.”#9 

Andrew Jackson

Andrew Jackson

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El Dee6 hours ago

Epstein-esque..3ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

“I have a core set of tools that I use from my background in animation and VFX (Photoshop, After Effects, C4D, Maya, Nuke) but the most interesting tools usually come from Github repos released by academics and machine learning researchers.  These are often run by editing Python code on a Linux machine which controls a machine learning library like Tensorflow or PyTorch.  

In fact, almost everything about these face images comes directly as output from the Python code.  I’ve been particularly interested in exploring Nvidia’s StyleGAN and a StyleGAN encoder called pixel2style2pixel.”

Nathan says that the actual images take minutes to create, however he had to go a long way to learn everything: “all of the learning and background I needed to get to the point has been a couple years of exploration and trial and error.  I even attended a conference at MIT called GANocracy back in 2019.

I’ve built an art player, for example, that can generate completely new, never-ending, totally novel art in real time.  Frames are made on the fly!  However, training the model and writing the code for the player was weeks of work and processing time.”#10 

Diego Rivera

Diego Rivera

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Al Christensen2 hours ago

We have actual photos of Rivera for comparison.2ReplyView more comments#11 

Diego Rivera

Diego Rivera

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The artist shared how he choses which people or characters to recreate: “I pick characters that I love (Miguel from Coco, for example) or historic people that we don’t actually have photographs of. Some faces don’t work as well as others but it’s really exciting when there is a compelling result! A lot of this is trial and error and me just publicly sharing the tests that I make as I go.

For example, I would love to see what Mona Lisa might look like and now I’ve got a realistic face that might be like her. I’m not saying that it is Mona Lisa, but it’s a possibility.

When people see my edits they say everything from ‘amazing!’ to ‘creepy!’ to ‘that looks like my cousin!’ They seem to be getting a good amount of attention, so at the very least they’re interesting!”#12 

Dash From The Incredibles

Dash From The Incredibles

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Ray Martin6 hours ago

The boy from the valley – uncanny valley.5ReplyView more comments#13 

Mr. Incredible From The Incredibles

Mr. Incredible From The Incredibles

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EJEGUL ATABAYEVA3 hours ago

Patrick!?4ReplyView more comments

“Overall, I think the space of generative and AI art is a fascinating and very deep well to explore. I’d certainly encourage readers that are interested to try it out! The technical hurdles can seem daunting but with a little bit of background, you can really Google your way through a lot of this.

It’s also the sort of thing where academics and researchers present these technologies in a very academic or complicated-sounding way.  Understanding a paper called “A Style-Based Generator Architecture for Generative Adversarial Networks” can seem daunting.  However, seeing imagery created by artists with the same technology can be very inspiring!

I’d highly encourage readers to check out the work of Memo Akten, Scott Eaton, Mario Klingemann, Refik Anandol, Helena Sarin and Ben Snell to name just a few.  These are the artists that have been foundational in my own interest in exploring AI and machine learning.”#14 

Rembrandt

Rembrandt

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euanuglowisdead5 hours ago

a little ditty, bout Jack and Diane….2ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#15 

Rembrandt

Rembrandt

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Ray Martin7 hours ago

Apparently, this “AI” doesn’t recognise hats.16ReplyView More Replies…View more commentshttps://6481d5b429d408a5d08a3d5c0f6a267b.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html

What do you think of these edits? Tell us in the comments and vote for your favorite ones! Don’t forget to go show some love to the artist on his social media accounts.

If you want to see more posts similar to this one click here or here!#16 

Ulysses S. Grant

Ulysses S. Grant

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Obi Wan Kenobi2 hours ago

Not bad1ReplyView more comments#17 

Lil Miquela

Lil Miquela

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razan youssef6 hours ago

Looks like Dora the explora2ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#18 

Rembrandt

Rembrandt

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Arctic Fox Lover2 hours ago

To be fair, the picture on the left is probably fan art that doesn’t look very much like the actual thing in Incredibles 2…0Reply#20 

Rembrandt

Rembrandt

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Erin S1 hour ago

From the Donald Trump School of Cotton Candy Hair0Reply#21 

Russell From Up

Russell From Up

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Ray Martin6 hours ago

Russell is suddenly 32, and his hair has grown around his hat.26ReplyView more comments

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Museum Challenges People To Recreate Famous Paintings At Home, And People Deliver (30 New Pics)

A little while ago, the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles challenged its Twitter followers to recreate works of art using the objects they have in their homes, and people quickly saw it as a fun and creative way to pass time while stuck in quarantine. And even though almost two months have passed since the challenge was announced, people still continue to share their clever and hilarious quarantine art recreations to this day.

Check out a fresh batch of art recreations in the gallery below and if you want more, see our previous posts here and here!

More info: Getty.edu | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube | PinchukArtCentre.org

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I Paint My Depression

Hi! I’m an artist from the Yorkshire Coast, England. I paint colorful, alternative portraits of iconic people. I suffer from depression aka ‘the black dog’ as it is sometimes known but I find that my art allows me to paint over the darkness.

I express myself with color as a way of managing my mental health; it’s not just a job or an interest, it’s part of my self-care routine and keeps me grounded when the dark storms in my head threatened to carry me away. I hope you guys like my work and would love to hear from others who use their creativity to combat mental health issues.

Goldie Hawn in ‘Death Becomes Her’

Iconic feminist Florence Given

Billie Eilish

Iconic mexican artist Frida Kahlo

The Joker

A collection of my portraits

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