That’s How You Make Art Out Of Magazine Covers And Classical Paintings

Here are some classical masterpieces like you’ve never seen them before.

Eisen Bernard Bernardo, a Filipino multimedia producer and writer, has brilliantly paired fashion magazine covers with classical paintings.

Here are some of his masterpieces:

Sasha Luss, Vogue Russia, January 2014 with "Miss Helen Duinham" by John Singer Sargent.


Carmen Dell’Orefice, Vogue, February 1968 with "The Crystal Ball" by John William Waterhouse.


Scarlett Johansson, Vogue Russia, October 2012 with "Girl with a Mirror/The Mirror" by John William Godward.


Harry Styles, GQ UK, September 2013 paired with "Emmanuel Joseph Sieyès" by Jacques-Louis David.


Mila Kunis, Interview Magazine, August 2012 imposed on "Lady with the Rose (Charlotte Louise Burckhardt)" by John Singer Sargent.


Ivy Nicholson, Vogue Edition de Paris, 1953 impeccably paired with "Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Phelps Stokes" by John Singer Sargent.


Lady Gaga, Vanity Fair, January 2012 on "Athenais" by John William Godward.

Kate Moss, Vogue Paris, October 2009 with "Alexandra, Princess of Wales" by Richard Lauchert.

Prince, Billboard magazine, January 2013 paired with "Portrait of Theodore Roosevelt" by John Singer Sargent.


Emma Watson, Wonderland, February/March 2014 and "Tess Kroll Pergament" by Leon Kroll.


Angelina Jolie, Vanity Fair, July 2008 imposed on "Mrs Hamilton McKown Twombly (Florence Adele Vanderbilt)" by John Singer Sargent.


Jean Shrimpton, Vogue, June 1962 on the "Self-portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird" by Frida Kahlo.

Brilliant, isn’t it?

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