Picasso paintings reinterpreted

eugenio recuenco

eugenio recuenco

eugenio recuenco

eugenio recuenco

I love re-interpretations of art. Especially when it moves beyond the 2D – like these fashion photographs done by Eugenio Recuenco who created a new spin on Picasso’s paintings.

Imagine what you could come up with if you reinterpret something? Especially by using a completely different medium from the original – now that’s where it gets interesting. If you used the same medium as the original – unless you have a different point of view – it’s not going to be quite as powerful.

[Via Lost at E Minor]
  creativity, fine art


8 thoughts on “Picasso paintings reinterpreted

  1. This is cool. Seems unusual to me now that more artists don’t do occasional work like this, just the same as musicians regularly cover songs by other artists who influenced them.

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  3. WOW – this is so cool! I What an amazing tribute and clever. I love how you can clearly see the influence when the work is showcased right next to one another, but I might not have noticed if they were separated.

    Very cool – thanks for sharing!

    Brandi

  4. This is fantastic! Amy, thank you so much for sharing this! As Rob mentioned above: musicians reinterpret songs, and authors re-write classic stories – Pride&Prej with zombies, Dorian Grey with 50 Shades – why then had I not considered artworks being reinterpretted also? Positively BRILLIANT! I am inspired!!

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