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Amazing! Iconic Works of Art Recreated

Have you seen the incredible art contest going on over at Booooooom? If you are an art lover or you just enjoy all things neat, you have to check it out. The contest, called “The Remake Project,” invited people to create and capture their own modern interpretations of iconic paintings, sculptures, and photographs.

Participants were tasked with recreating classic works of art and submitting a photograph, but they were asked not to alter or process the photo after it was taken. All of the creative work was done in the staging.

A panel of judges recently selected 10 finalists. Here are a few of my favorites:

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  • Vase with 12 Sunflowers by Van Gogh 1 of 10
    Vase with 12 Sunflowers by Van Gogh
    Remake by Qi Wei Fong.
  • The Reader by Fragonard 2 of 10
    The Reader by Fragonard
    Remake by Was Ist Das.
  • Son of Man by Magritte 3 of 10
    Son of Man by Magritte
    Remake by Hadas Boneh.
  • Ohhh…alright by Lichtenstein 4 of 10
    Ohhh...alright by Lichtenstein
    Remake by Emily Kiel.
  • Man in a Blue Turban by Jan van Eyck 5 of 10
    Man in a Blue Turban by Jan van Eyck
    Remake by Radu Pilat.
  • Girl Reading a Letter by Vermeer 6 of 10
    Girl Reading a Letter by Vermeer
    Remake by Wanda Martin.
  • American Gothic by Grant Wood 7 of 10
    American Gothic by Grant Wood
    Remake by John Hunniford.
  • Automata by Edward Hopper 8 of 10
    Automata by Edward Hopper
    Remake by Or Eitan.
  • Femme a Chapeau by Matisse 9 of 10
    Femme a Chapeau by Matisse
    Remake by Stella Vula
  • Cafe Terrace at Night by Van Gogh 10 of 10
    Cafe Terrace at Night by Van Gogh
    Remake by Jonathan Pruc.

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