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Cats And Dogs With Their Famous Humans

By • Jan 27th, 2014 • Category: Animals, History, Latest Posts

Cats and dogs are cool enough on their own, but just in case you weren’t convinced about this verified fact, here are some famous people with their pets to convince you. Given how most of the pet owners on this list are larger-than-life celebrities, it’s nice to know that even they enjoyed the company of pets just like we do. Sure, maybe not all of us can afford an ocelot like Salvador Dali, but it’s nice to know that even he had a cat to scratch behind the ears from time to time.

Famous Paintings Updated With 21st-Century Gadgets

By • Nov 7th, 2013 • Category: Art, Funny, Latest Posts, Painting

By injecting 21st century gadgets into famous historical artworks, the “Art x Smart” project by Korean illustrator Kim Dong-Kyu takes us to a utopian reality where ancient and modern times meet. Apart from being absurdly funny, these works also draw attention to our relationship with new technologies and their influence on modern society.

How To Recognise Famous Painters According To The Internet

By • Sep 16th, 2013 • Category: Art, Funny, History, Latest Posts, Painting

Art history has never been so easy! A redditor DontTacoBoutIt posted this series of famous paintings and gave short but hilariously accurate explanations on how to recognize their authors. Commenters on Reddit and Imgur also started sharing their own ideas for artist identification. Check out the following examples, and don’t hesitate to add your own!

What If Models From Classic Paintings Were Real?

By • May 24th, 2013 • Category: Art, Digital Art, Latest Posts, Painting

19-year-old Hungarian photographer Flora Borsi wonders where some of the greatest artists got their inspirations from, and imagines what their muses could’ve looked like if they were real people. In her Real Life Models photo manipulation series, Flora recreates the distorted features from classic paintings by such artists as Rudolf Hausner, Amedeo Modigliani, Pablo Picasso and Kees van Dongen, and that way brings some very surreal-looking people to the real world.