What would the locations from the famous canvases look like in reality

What would the locations from the famous canvases look like in reality

Categories: Design and Architecture

Yulia Pidlubnyak, the designer of the YMAGE WORKS studio in New York, with the help of the 3D Max program recreated famous world masterpieces in the form of three-dimensional illustrations that help to look at the entourage of paintings as something that really exists. Interestingly, the girl removed all human figures from the illustrations, thus focusing attention on the situation and landscape.

What would the locations from the famous canvases look like in reality

What would the locations from the famous canvases look like in realityWhat would the locations from the famous canvases look like in reality

"Empire of Light", Rene Magritte.

What would the locations from the famous canvases look like in realityWhat would the locations from the famous canvases look like in reality

"Night Terrace cafe", Vincent Van Gogh.

What would the locations from the famous canvases look like in realityWhat would the locations from the famous canvases look like in reality

"Paris street in rainy weather", Gustave Caillebotte.

What would the locations from the famous canvases look like in realityWhat would the locations from the famous canvases look like in reality

The Midnighters, by Edward Hopper.

What would the locations from the famous canvases look like in realityWhat would the locations from the famous canvases look like in reality

"Christina's World," by Andrew Wyeth.

What would the locations from the famous canvases look like in realityWhat would the locations from the famous canvases look like in reality

"American Gothic," Grant Wood.

What would the locations from the famous canvases look like in realityWhat would the locations from the famous canvases look like in reality

"Chinese stew," by Edward Hopper.

What would the locations from the famous canvases look like in realityWhat would the locations from the famous canvases look like in reality

"Harmony in Red", Henri Matisse.

Keywords: Van Gogh | Illustrations | Art | Creativity

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