Awesome Van Gogh's Starry Night Reproduced

The Starry Night (Dutch: De sterrennacht) is a painting by Dutch post-impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh. The painting depicts the view outside his sanitarium room window at night, although it was painted from memory during the day.

Though the painting was completed in June of 1889, The Starry Night has continued to inspire countless artists to pay tribute to this piece by creating a work in its likeness.

Reproduced often, the painting is widely hailed as his magnum opus.

Here are some of the greatest reproduction of Van Gogh's Starry Night :)

Quilled Starry Night by Susy Myers

Susy Myers from Atlanta, Georgia recently made her own version out of rolls of paper. "The picture consists of thousands and thousands of quilled pieces of paper, glued down on their sides," she says. "Like painting with paper."







See how she did it here :D

Lego Starry Night

Artist: Buxley

The mosaic is made completely out of LEGO bricks and measures 45" (144 studs) wide by 36" (116 studs) tall. It took several months and approximately ten thousand bricks to complete.





See how he did it here :D

Artist: Nathan Sawaya

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Rubik’s Cube Starry Night by Cube Works

If you thought solving a Rubik’s Cube was hard, try recreating a fine art masterpiece with thousands of the 3-D puzzles! That’s what the folks at the Canadian-based Cube Works have done.

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Bottle Cap Starry Night

Artist: Ross Thomas and Elizabeth Farrell

Two students from the University of Virginia have created a pixelated replica of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” using around 8,000 colorful bottle caps.

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Artist: Aaron Buehring

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Artist: Shutterstitch

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Model via kunstlehrer

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Bacon Starry Night by Instructables user CooperTwist

Instructables user CooperTwist used x-acto knife or other sharp knife, small cutting board, large cutting board or cookie sheet that will accommodate an 11” x 15” picture, ruler, 1 package of turkey bacon, and 2 packages of regular bacon. He began by cutting the bacon into long strips, according to their color and ended up with five piles of goodness: light turkey bacon, dark turkey bacon, red bacon, pink bacon, and white bacon fat.

He then printed aversion of the original Starry Night and tried to focus on the things that stand out and make it unique: the swirling cloud, the tall village church and the dark treetop in the foreground. He used whole strips for the clouds and cut smaller pieces for the details around the village.



Check for more details here :)

Cupcakes Starry Night by Karen Tack and Alan Richardson

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