Van Hop and others: the heroes of the world's masterpieces of painting tried on the Adidas OlympiansBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/van-hop-and-others-the-heroes-of-the-worlds-masterpieces-of-painting-tried-on-the-adidas-olympians
Jean-Paul Gaultier once said that a comfortable thing is rarely beautiful. The Scottish artist Ross Muir does not agree with the couturier and proves that even an Olympian can be beautiful if you put her on the canvases of masters of painting.
In general, Ross Muir specializes in female portraits, which he paints in oil. But one day, for fun, he drew the logo and stripes of "Adidas" in the editor on his iPad to some famous picture and realized that there was something in it.
Since then, Ross has managed to "refine" Leonardo's canvases. Vinci, Van Gogh, Modellani, Matisse and many others. In addition to the appearance of the characters, the Artist also changes the names of the canvases. For example, the portrait of Vincent Van Gogh, after the great Dutchman was "dressed up" in an Olympic jacket, was called "Square Gogh"
Ross Muir publishes his funny works on Instagram, but is already thinking about organizing an exhibition and showing a new series of paintings in one of the art galleries. The artist's subscribers liked the modern look at the classics on the social network and enthusiastic comments and requests to continue the series appeared under many of his works.