Pop Culture Recreations of Classic Paintings

You may remember Luke Radl’s reworking of Norman Rockwell’s The Runaway, from last month, but have you seen these other creative modernizations? Art director Irene Gallo over at Tor.com put together a fantastic list of works that reinterpret classic works of art. These new pieces by various artists all reflect science fictional and fantasy themes through the inclusion of several pop culture icons. Favored characters amongst these artists include Star Wars personalities like C3PO and comic book heroes from the Marvel family.

First photo: John Mattos recreates Marcel Duchamp's Nude Descending A Staircase


Marcel Duchamp's Nude Descending A Staircase



Tim O’Brien recreates His Master’s Voice



Greg Manchess recreates a Handerson Abott Thayer painting



The Muppets recreate Whistler’s Mother



Michael Whelan recreates Jaques Louis David’s Napoleon Crossing the Alps



Dave Seeley recreates Michelangelo’s Piet



Scott Altmann recreates Grant Wood’s American Gothic



Carlos Pacheco recreates Norman Rockwell’s Freedom From Want



Paolo Rivera recreates Salvador Dali’s Persistence of Memory



John Mattos recreates Picaso’s Three Musicians

via [Tor.com]



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