Classical art is beautiful to look at, but some of us have a hard time relating to it. A digital artist on Tumblr named Lothlenan is changing that by turning some of fine art's most timeless pieces into geeky fantasy settings. So far, they've revamped 7 tableaux, inspired by fandoms like Sailor Moon, Adventure Time, and The Legend of Zelda. It's amazing how century-old paintings take on such a modern feel when combined with elements of Anime!

If you're a geek extraordinaire and can't even deal with how flipping cool these paintings are, you're in luck - Lothlenon currently operates a Redbubble store where they sell stunning prints of each design. Who wouldn't want an impressionist Totoro-à-la-Monet on their wall?

Check out all 7 made-over masterpieces below, and don't forget to vote for your favourite!

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#1 "Woman With A Parasol" By Claude Monet

"Woman With A Parasol" By Claude Monet

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#2 The Scream (of Nature) By Edvard Munch

The Scream (of Nature) By Edvard Munch

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Soheil Balini 1 year ago

I know the original is a masterpiece blah blah.... but I like the new one :) (how many down vote will I get?)

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#3 "The Accolade" By Edmund Leighton

"The Accolade" By Edmund Leighton

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Anne Madag 1 year ago

I like the second picture

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#4 "The Swing" By Jean-Honore Fragonard

"The Swing" By Jean-Honore Fragonard

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Anne Madag 1 year ago

beautiful.

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#5 "A Portrait Of Louis Xiv" By Hyacinthe Rigaud

"A Portrait Of Louis Xiv" By Hyacinthe Rigaud

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#6 "Self Portrait With Her Daughter" By Madame Le Brun

"Self Portrait With Her Daughter" By Madame Le Brun

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Anne Madag 1 year ago

sailormoon?

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#7 "Lovers On A Swing" By Pierre Auguste

"Lovers On A Swing" By Pierre Auguste

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Hope Floats 1 year ago

Prefer the original to be honest...It's too beautiful to alter...

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