There’s a great scene in Paul Dalio’s new film, “Touched With Fire,” where young lovers Carla (Katie Holmes) and Marco (Luke Kirby) run with rebellious abandon through a room covered in the iconic spirals of Van Gogh’s “Starry Night,” as Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker” floods the soundtrack with bewitching magic. Show More Summary
There's a starry night waving through the locks of this woman’s hair. I think that Van Gogh would approve of this beautiful take on his most famous painting. Ursula Goff makes amazing images by coloring her hair. Lately, she’s been dying in patterns to imitate famous works of art, including pieces by Andy Warhol, Sandro Botticelli, and Edvard Munch. Show More Summary
Result: Starry Night, by Vincent van Gogh
When things that you thought were entirely unrelated to each other come together, it is a joy and a relief. A joy because you experience firsthand a flash of the divine plan: It's all connected! Everything! Everyone! And a relief, because for that fraction of time, things make sense. Order is present and it is […]
Merry Christmas, and a very Happy New Ear from Reddit IndigoSalsa, who made this awesome Van Gogh Gingerbread House decorated in the iconic swirls of The Starry Night. And in front of the house is none other than a thoroughly melancholy gingerbread Vincent van Gogh, minus one gingerbread ear. [via Neatorama]
IndigoSalsa made a gingerbread house and layered on the frosting in the manner of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night.” And look, there’s the artist himself as a gingerbread man- with one ear! We don’t know if that was the way he was made, or whether someone bit off the other ear. How appropriate that a famous redhead gets rendered in gingerbread. -via reddit
The Dark Knight meets Vincent Van Gogh on the DC Comics Batman Starry Night T-Shirt. Fans of the Caped Crusader fell in love with the Starry Knight T-Shirt, but that particular shirt has become as hard to grab as Batman himself. Fortunately, a new shirt has arisen that features Batman and the Bat Signal in […]
Salavat Fidai is an artist in Ufa, Russia. Among other media, he paints tiny images on pumpkin seeds. He features famous works of art, such as the above version of Van Gogh’s Starry Night, as well as characters from pop culture, such as the Star Wars characters below. Show More Summary
Today the Department of Extraordinary Embroidery is marveling at this awesome needlepoint of Vincent van Gogh’s iconic painting The Starry Night by embroidery artist Lauren Spark. The Melbourne, Australia-based artist is entirely self-taught and was asked by her mother to recreate van Gogh’s famous painting using a needle and thread. Show More Summary
It seems like everybody is recreating Van Gogh paintings out of unusual materials these days. Artist Stan Herd recently finished planting an entire field to resemble the Dutch Master's "Olive Trees," and now an embroidery artist and a microbiologist...
If only Vincent van Gogh could have lived to see this strikingly accurate reproduction of his iconic "Starry Night" -- especially since, instead of oil on canvas, the work is a bacteria on petri. Because even with these most minute of...Show More Summary
FlippyCat—easily the most patient YouTube celebrity —spent around 11 hours recreating Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night using 7,067 carefully stacked dominoes that were then sent tumbling in a glorious chain reaction. Read more...
Canadian domino artist FlippyCat (previously featured here) brought The Starry Night to life using over 7,067 dominoes. He spent 11 hours painstakingly constructing his domino tribute to van Gogh’s post-impressionist masterpiece. Once...Show More Summary
The Starry Night, Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). The more you empathize with the world, the more you feel its joy and pain, but too much can lead to overload. One of my interests is affective empathy, the involuntary desire not only to...Show More Summary
Who isn't obsessed with space? Artists and creative types certainly are. Van Gogh painted The Starry Night. Juliet hoped that when Romeo died, someone would “take him and cut him out into stars" so that he could "make the face of heaven so fine that all the world will be in love with night.” Timon... More »
Starry Night, Vincent van Gogh via @brdskggs The internet's new favorite toy is an artificial neural network that Google released last week in an effort to explain how computers see the world. It finds parts of a picture that look like...Show More Summary
Doctor Who fans might know this artwork that places the TARDIS into Van Gogh’s The Starry Night. A lovely image! That would look good on a cake, wouldn’t it? Maybe it would, but behold the decorator’s actual interpretation of the image. This cake is part of a roundup at Cake Wrecks called When Photo Cakes Go Wrong that will put you off ever trying to use a photograph on a cake.
At night, the path is lit by thousands of twinkling stones, creating a beautiful night sky on the ground. The path is illuminated LED lights powered by a nearby solar array that charges during the day which, along with a light-collecting paint, creates a stunning
The European Space Agency brings us this new image based on data from the Planck satellite. My first reaction? It looks just like Van Gogh’s best-known masterpiece, The Starry Night. And you know what? Even Google agrees me. Read more...
image credit In June 1889, while in France, Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh painted 'The Starry Night.' A painting you’ve probably seen 100 times before. But in order to truly see and appreciate this masterpiece, you have to be able to...Show More Summary