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Magnus Gjoen: A New Take on An Old Masterpiece

From classic artwork to modified weaponry.

London-based Norwegian artist Magnus Gjoen presents his latest work which are a collection of modern takes on classic masterpieces. His work is designed to challenge people’s ideas of art and object recognition. Each object has the ability to turn dark and strong imagery into something delicate and soft. This usually involves a decoration of ceramic-like skulls and weaponry. For more information about the artist, visit his official site here.

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