Photoshopping your cat on works of art is always appropriate!

Photoshopping your cat on works of art is always appropriate!

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Eduard Cîrstea is a photographer and cat lover from Romania. He is fond of photoshopping his cat onto world-famous works of art. The cat always comes out as the main character of the picture — whether it's Michelangelo's "Creation of Adam" or Jacques-Louis David's "Death of Marat".

Photoshopping your cat on works of art is always appropriate!

Photoshopping your cat on works of art is always appropriate! 1. "The Creation of Adam" by Michelangelo

Photoshopping your cat on works of art is always appropriate! 2. "Thrush", Vermeer

Photoshopping your cat on works of art is always appropriate! 3. "American Gothic", Grant Wood

Photoshopping your cat on works of art is always appropriate! 4. "The Death of Marat", Jacques-Louis David

Photoshopping your cat on works of art is always appropriate! 5. "The Last Supper", Leonardo da Vinci

Photoshopping your cat on works of art is always appropriate! 6. "Mars and Venus, allegory of the world", Louis Jean-Francois Lagrenet

Photoshopping your cat on works of art is always appropriate! 7. "Napoleon at the Saint-Bernard Pass", Jacques-Louis David

Photoshopping your cat on works of art is always appropriate! 8. "Mona Lisa", Leonardo da Vinci

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