Booooooom’s Remake Project

As you may or may not have known, (I have read a great post about this from our friends at The Ludlow Group.) for the past few weeks Booooooom was holding a contest asking for modern interpretations of iconic artwork, called Remake Project. And Holy-Moly!!! The submissions are incredible. I’m blown away at the drama, humor and depth. The finalists have been announced and can be viewed here.  But all of the submissions are a must-see! Which you can check out, here. I’ve posted a few of my personal favorites below. Do you have a favorite? 

“American Gothic” remake by Jesse John Hunniford

“American Gothic” by Grant Wood

“Self Portrait 1889″ remake by Seth Johnson

“Self Portrait 1889″ by Vincent van Gogh

“The Ship” remake by Justin Nunnink

“The Ship” by Salvador Dali

“Pot Pourri” remake by Tania Brassesco and Lazlo Passi Norberto

“Pot Pourri” by Herbert James Draper

“The Incredulity of Saint Thomas” remake by Cope Amezcua

“The Incredulity of Saint Thomas” by Caravaggio

“Untitled Film Still #48″ remake by Louella Martin

“Untitled Film Still #48″ by Cindy Sherman

“Adele Harms” remake by Andrea Di Carlo

“Adele Harms” by Egon Schiele

“Weeping Woman” remake by Frances Adair Mckenzie

“Weeping Woman” by Picasso

“Two Cherubs” remake by Bri Hammond

“Two Cherubs” by Raphael

“Girl with Ice Cream Cone” remake by Stephanie Gonot

“Girl with Ice Cream Cone” by Wayne Thiebaud

“Ohhh…Alright…” remake by Emily Kiel

“Ohhh…Alright…” by Roy Lichtenstein

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3 Responses

  1. You picked some amazing examples! It was so hard for us to only pick a few because all the submissions were so wonderful. I love this project and wish I could have been a part of it, maybe next time. And thanks for including us in your post!

    Personal favorite was definitely the remake of Gustave Courbet’s Le Désespéré

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