ByVaria Fedko-Blake, writer at
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Varia Fedko-Blake

We have all seen our favorite celebrities and movie characters merged with something else in the past and throughout the web, there are exceptional examples to be found carefully created by loyal fans.

Often famous faces are re-imagined as animals, as cartoon characters or simply as other people. However, artist Bénédicte Lacroix has taken celebrity art to a whole new level by morphing and integrating them into renowned historical paintings.

On her blog, entitled 'Voyages dans le temps' (or time travel), she wonderfully combines modern A-listers with classical paintings and the results are so striking! Take a look!

1. Yoda

The little green guy makes an appearance in 'Admiration' by William-Adolphe Bouguereau.

2. Golum

Is 'Bacchino Malato' by Caravaggio as precious with Golum in it?

3. Banana!

Botticelli's 'Birth of Venus' is not as pleasing to the eye, is it?

4. Leonardo DiCaprio

If Leo was Van Gogh, perhaps his self-portrait would look something like this.

5. Ariel

Ariel seems to be enjoying being the center point of 'La Naissance de Vénus' by Alexandre Cabanel.

6. Rowan Atkinson

'Le Désespéré' by Gustave Courbet really resembles Mr. Bean.

7. Ryan Gosling

Ryan is an ultimate god so he fits in perfectly into this portrait of emperor François-Joseph.

8. Johnny Depp

Johnny is used to dressing up as many fascinating characters, including a pelt merchant in this painting by Jean-Léon Gerome.

9. Emma Watson

Here's Emma looking as beautiful as always in 'The White Ribbon' by Albert Lynch.

10. Steve Jobs

As the late founder of Apple, René Magritte's surrealist painting 'Le fils de l’homme' fits the mastermind incredibly well.

11. Angelina Jolie

Goddess in life, goddess in paint in William Adolphe Bouguereau's 'Branche de Laurier.'

12. Megan Fox

You can barely recognize Megan in Johannes Vermeer's 'Girl with a Pearl Earring.'

See more on the artist's Tumblr account.



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