Master Works of Art Reimagined by Jeff Hamada

remake-2 A number of years ago, Booooooom (yes, that’s o times 7!), put a call out to the interwebs to recreate their favorite old master paintings with a modern spin.

As the interwebs likes to do, all hell broke loose and professional and amateur artists alike started submitting their entries.

It was so successful, in fact, that Booooooom put together a book which shows the best of the best submissions titled Remake: Master Works of Art Reimagined.

You can buy your own copy here!

(Above work: Salvador Dali, “The Ship,” 1942-43, watercolor on paper, remake by Justin Nunnink)

replace (Above work: Dante Gabriel Rossetti, “The Day Dream,” 1880, oil on canvas, remake by Tania Brassesco and Lazlo Passi Norberto)

remake-6 (Above work: Rene Magritte, “The Lovers,” 1928, oil on canvas, remake by Linda Cieniawska)

maenner1 (Above work: Michelangelo, “The Creation of Adam”, 1511-1512, Sistine Chapel’s Ceiling, remake “Hand me a beer”, blokes unknown)

remake-5 (Above work: Ramon Casas i Carbo, “After the Ball,” 1895, oil on canvas, remake by Tania Brassesco and Lazlo Passi Norberto)

remake-4 (Above work: Jacques Louis David, “The Death of Marat,” 1793, oil on canvas, remake by Adrianne Adelle)

remake-3 (Above work: Edward Hopper, “Nighthawks,” 1942, oil on canvas, remake by Bastian Vice and Jiji Seabird)

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  1. Many of these are too spot on. That is, they’re just photos imitating the paintings. They are all well done, but I was hoping for more like “The Creation of Adam”; a likeness with a unique spin that is heavily centered in modern culture.

    1. I was thinking the same thing for “The Death of Marat.” I’m sure there are hundreds of ways that that image could have been reimagined in a modern and relevant way. It’s so alike the original that it’s just… boring. That being said “The Day Dream” is very similar to the original, but the switch to white I think makes it a work of art on its own.

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