My second day of medical leave means I only had a two-day work week. Yiiikes. That’s 10 hours of lessons that I’ve missed, and that I’ll have to make up for, somehow. In my defence, I did go in to work. I was simply deemed unfit by my Principal when he
saw heard me and was told to go home.
So. That’s another afternoon at home of surfing the net while sleeping in between meds.
While blog hopping, I came across this Remake / Photo project by Adobe and Booooooom (yes, that’s SEVEN ‘O’s), where people were invited to remake a famous work of art using photography. The result was breathtaking and ingenious for the most part and I’m in awe of the amount of creativity that was displayed by many of them. Here are some of my favourites:
The Original – Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow by Piet Mondrian
The Remake by Katie Jackson
The Original – Bedroom in Arles by Van Gogh
The Remake by Joshua Louis Simon
The Original – Vase with 12 Sunflowers by Van Gogh
The Remake by Qi Wei Fong
The Original – Der Arme Poet by Carl Spitzweg
The Remake by Regina Speer
The Original – American Gothic by Grant Wood
The Remake by Jesse John Hunniford
The Original – The Incredulity of Saint Thomas by Caravaggio
The Remake by Stella Vula
The Original – Woman With A Guitar by George Braque
The Remake by Niklas Enhag
The Original – Luncheon on the Grass, by Edouard Manet
The Remake by Gizem Karakas
And in case you were wondering who won…
The Original – The Ship by Salvador Dali
The Remake by Justin Nunnink
You can view the rest of the submissions here.
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Song of the Day, because looking at art makes me feel French. ;)
Fibre de Verre, by Paris Combo