Surreal Tilt-Shift Versions of Vincent Van Gogh Paintings

Surreal Tilt-Shift Versions of Vincent Van Gogh Paintings

Tilt Shift Van Gogh Painting

Reddit user Melonshade, created and posted a series of surreal images of Surreal Tilt-Shift Versions of Vincent Van Gogh Paintings, as though being viewed through a tilt-shift lens.

Reddit can indeed be an exciting place to find new forms of graphic and visual inspiration. 

Melonshade explains, having been inspired by image manipulations previously created by Serena Maylon, on Artcyclopedia.:

I saw this a while back and it inspired me to try it myself, this is the outcome!… I haven’t edited anything besides the blur.

Many of his later paintings are much brighter and more colorful than the rest.

I read that he started to use more colours because he wanted to paint things the way he saw them, not the way they were.

When I first saw the title of this post on Laughing Squid, without having first seen the images, I wasn’t expecting an awful lot.

However, the tilt-shift effect on these masterpieces really does add a whole new level of beauty to Van Gough’s paintings.

Found on Laughing Squid.

 

Tilt Shift Vincent Van Gogh Painting

Tilt Shift Vincent Van Gogh Painting

Tilt Shift Vincent Van Gogh Painting

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Tilt Shift Vincent Van Gogh Painting

Tilt Shift Van Gogh Painting

Tilt Shift Van Gogh Painting

Tilt Shift Vincent Van Gogh Painting



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Written by Graham Smith: The Logo Smith| First Posted on: 2016/07/01 & Post Updated on: 2016/10/06 Filed In Categories: Inspiration

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