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Digital Artist Puts Insect Heads on The World’s Most Iconic Portraits

Digital Artist Puts Insect Heads on The World's Most Iconic Portraits -van gogh, portraits, Photoshop, insects, digital art

Here’s something you don’t see that often – an artist who dared to spoil some of the world’s most historical works of art. Her idea?

To have fun, perhaps, and possibly divide her audience in two: those who would be entertained and those who would be freaked out! Which one are you?

Artist: Antonia K.

Van Gogh‘s Self Portrait

Digital Artist Puts Insect Heads on The World's Most Iconic Portraits -van gogh, portraits, Photoshop, insects, digital art

Edvard Munch‘s The Scream

Digital Artist Puts Insect Heads on The World's Most Iconic Portraits -van gogh, portraits, Photoshop, insects, digital art

René Magritte‘s Son of Man

Digital Artist Puts Insect Heads on The World's Most Iconic Portraits -van gogh, portraits, Photoshop, insects, digital art

Johannes Vermeer‘s Girl with a Pearl Earring

Digital Artist Puts Insect Heads on The World's Most Iconic Portraits -van gogh, portraits, Photoshop, insects, digital art

Van Eyck‘s Arnolfini Portrait

Digital Artist Puts Insect Heads on The World's Most Iconic Portraits -van gogh, portraits, Photoshop, insects, digital art

Frida Kahlo‘s Self-portrait

Digital Artist Puts Insect Heads on The World's Most Iconic Portraits -van gogh, portraits, Photoshop, insects, digital art

Da Vinci‘s Lady with an Ermine

Digital Artist Puts Insect Heads on The World's Most Iconic Portraits -van gogh, portraits, Photoshop, insects, digital art

Grant Wood’s American GothicDigital Artist Puts Insect Heads on The World's Most Iconic Portraits -van gogh, portraits, Photoshop, insects, digital art

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