“Starry Night” by #LeilaniJoy inspired by #VincentVanGogh for day 3 of #BadApples12Days Drawing Challenge! (Original has already SOLD, but I’ll be making prints due to popular demand!) Stay tuned to www.etsy.com/shop/LeilaniJoyArt for these! Now I...

“Starry Night” by #LeilaniJoy inspired by #VincentVanGogh for day 3 of #BadApples12Days Drawing Challenge! (Original has already SOLD, but I’ll be making prints due to popular demand!) Stay tuned to www.etsy.com/shop/LeilaniJoyArt for these! Now I...

Almond Blossom, 1890, Vincent van Gogh, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (Vincent van Gogh Foundation)

Almond Blossom, 1890, Vincent van Gogh, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (Vincent van Gogh Foundation)

Vincent Van Gogh and the Eiffel Tower were only on this Earth together for one year, 1889 - it's inaugural year - yet artist Aja Kusick thought it would be fun to visualize what the famous artist would've done with such a structure. The project sent her imagination soaring, and these gorgeous works of pop-art are the result:

Van Gogh's Most Famous Paintings Meet Pop Culture Icons And The Result Is Stunning!

Vincent Van Gogh and the Eiffel Tower were only on this Earth together for one year, 1889 - it's inaugural year - yet artist Aja Kusick thought it would be fun to visualize what the famous artist would've done with such a structure. The project sent her imagination soaring, and these gorgeous works of pop-art are the result:

Vincent Van Gogh, The Potato Eaters, 1885 - early work painted in earth tones in contrast to his later landscapes

Vincent Van Gogh, The Potato Eaters, 1885 - early work painted in earth tones in contrast to his later landscapes

Van Gogh Wheatfield with Crows (Detail) July, 1890. This detail shows the remarkable rhythmic unity Van Gogh's paintings had acheived in his later work. The shape of the crows is virtually identical to the top of sheaves of wheat. Using the same shape, but only in darkening shades of color, the gold of the wheatfields morphs into the black of the crows, making for a spectacular visual rhyme. In-depth analysis and art prints…

Van Gogh Wheatfield with Crows (Detail) July, 1890. This detail shows the remarkable rhythmic unity Van Gogh's paintings had acheived in his later work. The shape of the crows is virtually identical to the top of sheaves of wheat. Using the same shape, but only in darkening shades of color, the gold of the wheatfields morphs into the black of the crows, making for a spectacular visual rhyme. In-depth analysis and art prints…

Vincent van Gogh - I can't quite put my finger on what it is that I love so much about this painting but, I find it incredibly beautiful and almost serene. The intoxicating subtle blue hue that dominates the canvas, is like a soothing lullaby for the onlooker. #art #vangogh

Vincent van Gogh - I can't quite put my finger on what it is that I love so much about this painting but, I find it incredibly beautiful and almost serene. The intoxicating subtle blue hue that dominates the canvas, is like a soothing lullaby for the onlooker. #art #vangogh

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