Famous Iconic Paintings Superimposed On The War-Torn Landscape Of Syria
The Kiss, by Gustav Klimt
Syrian artist Tammam Azzam has superimposed famous works of art onto the devastated landscape of Syria.
Using this unlikely background as a canvas, Azzam combines humans' propensity to create and destroy, perhaps suggesting that Mankind is unaware of his ability to change the world—for better or for worse.
The artist first posted his re-make of Klimt's work of art on Facebook last year—his “Freedom Graffiti” has since gone viral and continues to be shared on the internet.
View the rest of these larger-than-life works below.
The Dance by Henri Matisse
Elvis by Andy Warhol
Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh
The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
Sleep by Salvador Dali
Tahitian Women on the Beach by Paul Gauguin
The 3rd of May, 1808, by Francisco Goya
The Scream by Edvard Munch
[via The Photomag]
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