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This Painter Adds Beer To Famous Classic Paintings, The Result Is Supercool

This Painter Adds Beer To Famous Classic Paintings, The Result Is Supercool
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Everyone loves a good challenge, don't they? Well, I definitely do and apparently, Scott Clendaniel does as well. This guy is an art enthusiast who decided to have some fun with some famous oil paintings. How did he make that happen? By adding beer to them. Now, no one can say no to beer as it is mixed with history, you have the best blend. 

He fulfilled the challenge and had loads of fun while he was at it. Have a look at his recreations.

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God gift.

God gift.

Ceiling mural in Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel.

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American Goblet.

American Goblet.
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This is inspired by the Grant Wood.

Enjoying a pint.

Enjoying a pint.
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Well, this painting is called Whistler's Mother.

The Sip.

The Sip.
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The inspiration of this recreation has been taken from Gustav Klimt.

The Pint Of Man.

The Pint Of Man.
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You are seeing the beer involved recreation of René Magritte.

Empty Pint.

Empty Pint.
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Wondering who painted the original painting? The painting is The Scream and the artist is Edvard Munch

Everlasting effervescence.

Everlasting effervescence.
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This recreation is inspired by Salvador Dali.

Three musicians.

Three musicians.
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The original painting is created by the artist Pablo Picasso.

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The pints.

The pints.
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Pablo Picasso painted the original painting.

Pints over the water lily pond.

Pints over the water lily pond.
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The artist of the original painting is Claude Monet.

Pint in the starry sky.

Pint in the starry sky.
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Vincent Van Gogh made the original one.

"Ceci N'est Pas Une Pint."

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For this one, the inspiration was taken by René Magritte.

The big pint.

The big pint.
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Jackson Pollock is the painter of the original masterpiece.

Pint in the picture.

Pint in the picture.
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Jackson Pollock created the original one.

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