Everyday people are given digital access to the brush strokes of the famous artist

If you’ve ever dreamed of recreating Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ from 1893, now may be your chance to do so, thanks to Adobe and the Munch Museum in Oslo, Norway. The two partnered to create digital versions of the century-old paintbrushes used by the Norwegian artist himself.

Professional art historians carefully analyzed Munch’s painting technique and brushwork, while all angles of Munch’s physical paintbrushes were photographed. The captured data was used to build digital representations of the brushes that are now available for Photoshop CC and Sketch.

Simply access either program to download the brushes and watch video tutorials to help you paint like a master and experience the bridging of old and new worlds.

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If you’ve ever dreamed of recreating Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ from 1893, now may be your chance to do so, thanks to Adobe and the Munch Museum in Oslo, Norway. The two partnered to create digital versions of the century-old paintbrushes used by the Norwegian artist himself.

Professional art historians carefully analyzed Munch’s painting technique and brushwork, while all angles of Munch’s physical paintbrushes were photographed. The captured data was used to build digital representations of the brushes that are now available for Photoshop CC and Sketch.