Folks Are Recreating Art-Masterpieces Using Everyday Objects, And The Results Are Damn Funny And Astonishing!

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Due to the COVID-19 fury, people are on edge – distressed, worries, and scared – and finding ways to cope with their boredom and loneliness. But several social media pages have accepted this call, and they’re helping art-lovers by challenging them to recreate famous art-masterpieces using only three objects from around their home – and the results are damn good!

Recently, the Los Angeles-based J. Paul Getty Museum asked their Twitter followers to select their favorite artwork, find three things lying around their house, and recreate the artwork with those items.

And like they say ‘creativity has no borders’ ~ art lovers, from all over the globe, accepted the dare and made the wittiest recreations. 

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Getty Museum social media manager Sarah Walford mentioned that they wanted to propose a creative challenge to find an escape from the terrifying state of the world and to spark enthusiasm to get artistic – and their mission got a tremendous successful response – because only in a couple of days, their Twitter inbox got hundreds of amusing submissions!

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This particular social media challenge spurred the Dutch Instagram page Tussenkunstenquarantaine, meaning “between art and quarantine.”

Amsterdam-based woman Anneloes Officier and her roomies were utterly excited to begin the account after they recreated Vermeer’s Girl With a Pearl Earring:

In a matter of just a few short weeks, their Instagram account has been swamped with over 400 art-masterpieces recreations – some of which are really pretty incredible. Here are some of the fittest ones:















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