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10 Famous Paintings Reimagined Using Everyday Objects

 Most of us dismiss objects like paperclips and toothpicks as useless junk. Clutter they may be, but for an artist like Adam Hillman, these and other trivial objects become tools used to create real art. Hillman stacks paperclips, candy, coins, and pieces of chocolate into visual masterpieces.
You may remember his name from a previous post where we featured his more abstract and geometrical arrangements. More recently, the artist turned his attention to famous historical paintings like The Mona Lisa and Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night, playfully reinterpreting these famed artworks using his materials of choice. It’s breathtaking how the artist manages to capture the unique mood and style of these iconic artworks using found objects like Tic Tacs and cereal!
You can view more of the artist's works and prints on his Instagram Page and Society6 Page.

1. Self Portrait by Van Gogh arranged in breakfast cereal

Adam Hillman

2. The Scream by Munch arranged in paperclips

Adam Hillman The Scream by Munch arranged in paperclips

3. The Great Wave by Hokusai arranged in Tic Tacs

Adam Hillman The Great Wave by Hokusai arranged in Tic Tacs

4. Starry Night by Van Gogh arranged in breakfast cereal

Adam Hillman Starry Night by Van Gogh

5. The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo arranged in paperclips

Adam Hillman The Creation of Adam by Michelangelo arranged in paperclips

6. American Gothic by Wood arranged in toothpicks

Adam Hillman American Gothic by Wood arranged in toothpicks

7. Guernica by Picasso arranged using biscuits, Nutella, and peanut butter

Adam Hillman Guernica by Picasso arranged using biscuits, Nutella, and peanut butter

8. The Kiss by Klimt arranged from various candies and treats

Adam Hillman The Kiss by Klimt arranged from various candies and treats

9. The Starry Night by Van Gogh arranged from paperclips

Adam Hillman The Starry Night by Van Gogh arranged from paperclips

10. The Mona Lisa by Da Vinci arranged using an assortment of chocolate and cocoa powder

Adam Hillman The Mona Lisa by Da Vinci arranged using an assortment of chocolate and cocoa powder
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