Film Interpretations of Various Artists

Photoshop is an absolute blast sometimes. It allows you to entertain yourself for hours. And that’s precisely what I did here- I imported film themes into the artistic styles of various artists like Warhol, Munch, Van Gogh, etc… Be sure to click on any of these to get the full-resolution versions, especially the more horizontal prints.

The Last Supper using only Scorsese characters:

Edvard Munch’s The Scream. It’s sort of been done before, but I think it’s a little bit different.

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec’s potential take on True Grit.

Vincent Van Gogh’s Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear, starring Marge Gunderson (Fargo)

John Huston’s Treasure of the Sierra Madre influencing P.T. Anderson’s There Will be Blood, as represented on the Sistine Chapel. Uh… sorry for implying P.T. Anderson’s genitals.

Mona Lisa with Gene Hackman’s face, because it seemed like a good idea at the time.

Andy Warhol’s potential take on Donnie Darko (this one was created using the Pop Art Poster generator at Big Huge Labs, so credit goes to them):

And last but not least, an attempt at Dégas’ multiple ballet prints, using Black Swan. I’m told it’s too harsh for Dégas, so chalk it up to a valiant effort by a mostly uneducated art history fan.


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7 responses to “Film Interpretations of Various Artists

  1. aleksa

    The “True Grit” one looks like it could be a real poster.

  2. Kelly

    These are awesome. My favorite detail is in The Last Supper. I imagine Travis & Sport are swept up in a private conversation while (what looks like) Ace is saying, “Hey, shut the fuck up… we got the Son of God ova’ here!”

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