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Famous Artists Dissected in Their Own Painting Style

For a recent ad campaign for Brazil's Museu de Arte de São Paulo art school, ad agency DDB Brazil "dissected" famous artists, mimicking the painters own style and techniques. So, Van Gogh's insides are colorful and impressionistic, Picasso's bold but not-quite-cubist, and Dali's are a straight psych...
  • Roberto Ty

    Awesome Famous Artists Dissected ad campaign for MASP Art School in São Paulo, Brazil. #GraphicDesign

  • Daniel Ramer

    VanGogh if he were to paint his insides

  • Iñaki Palacios Añaños

    Dissected - Vincent Van Gogh by DDB Brazil for the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) Art School

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