Remake: Classic Art Re-Interpreted

Classic artworks get re-made in’s photo project, ‘Remake’. Artists from van Gogh to Cindy Sherman where re-interpreted by photographers in the UK based project, playfully lending their artistic license to give the works a new aesthetic. Artists were encouraged to minimally modify their original images, lending the project a raw, snapshot like feel in many examples. See many more of the excellent submissions at

Above: “Self Portrait 1889″ remake by Seth Johnson
Below: “Self Portrait 1889″ by Vincent van Gogh

“Gabrielle d’Estrées et une de ses soeurs” remake by Emile Barret

“Gabrielle d’Estrées et une de ses soeurs” by Unkown Artist

“The Falling Soldier” remake by Diego Fuente

“The Falling Soldier” by Robert Capa

“Christmas at the Other Side” remake by Claudia Phares

“Christmas at the Other Side” by Nan Goldin

“No Stress” after “Parallel Stress” remake by Rafael Miranda

“Parallel Stress” by Dennis Openheim

“The Girl With The Pearl Earring” remake by Gayle Walsworth

“The Girl With The Pearl Earring” by Johannes Vermeer

“Narcissus” remake by Max Zerrahn

“Narcissus” by Caravaggio

Benjamin Starr

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  1. love the van gogh. very nice use of photography

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