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Remake Works Of Art As Photos [Pics]

Remake Works Of Art As Photos [Pics]
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Submissions for the Booooooom and Adobe contest recreate famous works of art using photography.

Emma Hutchings
  • 12 october 2011

Booooooom and Adobe are offering a copy of Adobe’s Creative Suite 5.5 master collection (worth $899) to the winner of their Remake Photo Project. Entrants are required to recreate and restage a famous work of art and then photograph it and upload it to the Facebook page. The deadline for submissions is October 21st and this gallery page shows all of the photos that have been submitted so far. Below are a few from the selection, including Seth Johnson’s remake of Van Gogh’s Self Portrait 1889, Vinna Laudico’s remake of John William Waterhouse’s Ophelia, and Max Zerrahn’s remake of Caravaggio’s Narcissus.

Remake Photo Project

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