Makeup artist Stefania Atupe is a master of eyelid art. In fact, she channels the masters of art, like Van Gogh and Monet by recreating their famous paintings in miniature on eyelids! You certainly recognize Starry Night above. Also check out Atupe's version of Monet's Water Lilies below. Show More Summary
Ever wonder what Van Gogh's Starry Night would look like on your head?
Please join the Department of Marvelous Makeup in welcoming their newest member: self-taught 16-year-old makeup enthusiast Stefania. Lately Stefania has been adapting classic works of art, such as Van Gogh’s The Starry Night, Monet’s Water Lilies, and The Wave by Hokusai into awesome eye makeup. Show More Summary
Magic meets art with the Doctor Strange Strange Night T-Shirt. Doctor Stephen Strange, Sorcerer Supreme, has the power to warp reality, much like post-impressionist painter Vincent van Gogh does with The Starry Night, which might explain why artist Steven Lefcourt brought the two together on this 100% cotton tee. Will Doctor Strange be okay after […]
Experience 'The Starry Night' on a bike in Holland.
Hopefully the neighborhood birds have an appreciation for art. Reddit user __PETTYOFFICER117__ shared gorgeous photos of a tiled pool designed to resemble Vincent van Gogh's iconic "The Starry Night" painting from above. SEE ALSO: That...Show More Summary
No no no, you got the colors all wrong -- do it over. Rich as hell and run out of things to spend your money on? Consider a pool with a tile mosaic floor that looks like a famous painting. That's what this homeowner did. And it can really only be fully appreciated via an overhead drone's eye view. Show More Summary
Vincent Van Gogh’s iconic Starry Night has long been one of the most well-loved works of Western art. Recreating the painting is a fairly common homage to the legendary Dutch post-Impressionist painter. What is less common, however, is using cutting-edge science and engineering to recreate the seminal...
Van Gogh's masterpiece takes a new meaning when it's scratched into the hood of a car.
Using folded DNA to precisely place glowing molecules within microscopic light resonators, researchers at Caltech have created one of the world's smallest reproductions of Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night. The reproduction and the technique used to create it are described in a paper published in the advance online edition of the journal Nature on July 11. read more
Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night” seems to have a special appeal for scientists, who have recreated it using bacteria, among other media , in the past. Now scientists at Caltech have made their own tiny version of the painting—a dime’s width across—out of folded DNA molecules. Show More Summary
These Starry Night Leggings make your legs look like a Van Gogh painting. They feature a 1? fabric-covered elastic waistband and a vibrant, sublimated design. Now that’s what you call wearable art. Starry Night Leggings Starry Night Leggings 1? fabric-covered elastic waistband Materials: 90% polyester / 10% spandex Care Instructions: Machine wash warm, gentle cycle. […]
Photographer and digital artist Bhautik Joshi has rendered some iconic shots from the sci-fi classic Blade Runner in the style of Van Gogh‘s Starry Night. The piece was created using Deep Neural Networks to process the images. Earlier this month, Joshi rendered scenes from 2001: A Space Odyssey in the style of Pablo Picasso. To create these I […]
Recreating Vincent van Gogh paintings in unexpected mediums has become something of a trend in recent years.
Watch as Turkish artist Garip Ay recreates Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” and “Self-Portrait” by swirling paint on top of a bowl filled with black water using the technique known as Ebru. Ebru, which is generally known today as a decorative paper art, is one of the oldest Turkish arts, but exactly where or when […]
Artist Garip Ay demonstrates how to replicate Vincent Van Gogh’s iconic swirled masterpiece The Starry Night by painting it on water that he’s dyed black. Be sure to stick around for an awesome surprise at the end.
This is a worthwhile video of artist Garip Ay recreated Van Gogh's 'A Starry Night' by splattering and swirling and dripping paint on top a pool of black-painted water. Then he swirls the finished painting into oblivion and recreates a Van Gogh self portrait atop the previous starry night using the same technique. Show More Summary
Turkish artist Garip Ay amazingly and effortlessly recreated two of Vincent Van Gogh‘s most iconic portraits, “Starry Night” and “Self-Portrait” employing the incredible traditional paper art technique of Ebru. Ebru, which is generally known today as a decorative paper art, is one of the oldest Turkish arts, but exactly where or when it started remains […]
Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night masterpiece was recreated by means of an incredibly elegant technique.
Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night in a marbling art animation. YouTube link (thanks Cora) The Presurfer