Kajetan Obarski is breathing new life into old works of art with his hilariously twisted GIFs.


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Obarski, who also goes by the name of Kiszkiloszki, combines well-known classic paintings with the modern world and infuses them with his own dose of dark humor to bring us a new perspective on various masterpieces. From the works of Van Gogh and Michelangelo to Leonardo da Vinci and René Magritte, the Polish-born, Amsterdam-based creative spends between five and ten hours transforming each piece of art into his own awesomely absurd animated GIFs. He has over 77k likes on Facebook, and if you want to help support his work then you can sponsor him on Patreon.

More info: Facebook | Tumblr | Instagram | Patreon (h/t: designtaxi)

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GlitterGlitch 1 month ago

Damn I really wanted to see what she was looking at! :P

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Ilyushka 1 month ago

did he just send us into a black hole?!

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Evgeniya Khon 1 month ago

Is it me or it actually looks better with a lobster? Or may be Im just hungry

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GlitterGlitch 1 month ago

are those them Chocolate covered raisins?

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Nicole Rosandich 1 month ago

I somehow feel that I will be going to Hell for laughing at this one.

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Daria B 1 month ago

It's raining men! Hallelujah! It's raaaing men! Oh yeah! ♬♪

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Catalina Ioan 1 month ago

Paint me like one of your French girls...

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JEFF THE KILLER 1 month ago

The ending to romeo and juliet...

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GlitterGlitch 1 month ago

awwwww thats just effed up. But you can still hear music without ears as long as the ear hole is still there

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