I'm David Barton, UK based web developer, tech tinkerer and frustrated wannabe artist. I rework old masters with a pop culture twist.
I create these fine art parodies in my spare time.
Faced with the task to prepare corporate portraits Pedro Cardoso, a senior designer at Kwamecorp, creates a series of pictures with his co-workers living their second lives inside of famous paintings.
Using the photos from the corporate photo-shoot that took place in...
These hand-painted Barbie dolls arranged to recreate famous paintings are the work of Catherine Théry. Their goal is to raise questions about beauty, intelligence, and women's place in society - both then and now. In almost every painting, the Barbies have...
I love snakes, and a few other humans on this planet also love snakes. Sadly there are so many humans that do not. I painted this series to make people smile.
I keep the paper cut-outs inside a folder and now I see the world as a blank canvas where anything can happen. I coined the term "Air Collage" for the technique i use. My definition for "air collage" is any...
I make these watercolors by visually breaking down an image and then reconstructing it with an organized jumble of right-angled shapes.
With 'Star Wars Day' coming up on Monday, I thought it would be a good time to post twenty more defaced masterpieces to celebrate.
Bénédicte Lacroix is a graphic artist and she works as a retoucher. She curates a Tumblr blog entitled “Voyages dans le temps”. Celebrities are morphed and integrated into paintings. Enjoy!
Museum of Prado, located in Madrid, is one of the most famous art galleries in Europe, receiving thousand of tourists from all the globe every year. The most recent exhibition is quite unique: some of the most famous paintings have been...
I bought different pictures in second hand stores and showed them to my kids. We discussed, what we can see on them and how we could make them more interesting.
And so my kids drew what in their point of view the...