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Classic Paintings Recreated Using Pantone Colour Chips

Classic paintings recreated using Pantone colour chips

British artist Nick Smith recreates classic paintings from Vincent Van Gogh, Warhol, or Rene Magritte, using Pantone colour chips. If you look at it up close — clicking on the expand button — you will only see the colour chips, but if you step back — or zoom out — you’ll see a pixel-art version of the original paintings.

Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol:

Classic paintings recreated using Pantone colour chips
Classic paintings recreated using Pantone colour chips

Self portrait by Vincent Van Gogh:

Classic paintings recreated using Pantone colour chips

Self portrait by Rene Magritte:

Classic paintings recreated using Pantone colour chips

A Bigger Splash by British artist David Hockney:

Classic paintings recreated using Pantone colour chips

Whistlejacket by British artist George Stubbs:

Classic paintings recreated using Pantone colour chips

Girl with a Pearl Earring by Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer:

Classic paintings recreated using Pantone colour chips

Nick Smith is an artist based London, England. He spent seven years working as an Interior Designer, then resigned from job to spend more time creating art. Today he enjoys messing around with pervasive commercial and art imagery. You can follow Nick’s work on Facebook, Twitter or his personal website.


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