roy lichtenstein, ‘in the car’, 1963, magna on canvas, 172 x 203.5 © estate of roy lichtenstein
all the works at left are bill taylor’s recreations, with the original artwork at right
following our coverage of cool reproductions of fine art pieces (see designboom’s article on barbie recreations of art classics),
we go to bill taylor of durham, north carolina, USA. the data manager brightens up his office environment by executing
iconic works of art in marker on a basic whiteboard. he challenges himself by emulating masterpieces across all genres,
from pop art to impressionism, expressing the versatility of his simple medium.
see more of taylor’s work here.
katsushika hokusai, ‘the great wave off kanagawa, 1829-32, color woodcut, 25.7 x 37.8 cm
alphonse mucha, ‘amants’, 1895, color lithograph
vincent van gogh, ‘the starry night’, 1889, oil on canvas, 73.7 x 92.1 cm, the museum of modern art
pablo picasso, ‘guernica’, 1937, oil on canvas, 349 x 776 cm, museo reina sofia, madrid
claude monet, ‘la promenade’, 1875, oil on canvas 100 x 81 cm, national gallery of art, washington D.C., USA
edward hopper, ‘nighthawks’, 1942, oil on canvas, 84.1 x 152.4 cm, the art institute of chicago