In the file of quirky mash-ups that we did not see coming, a bunch of pop culture icons has been given an unusual redo in the style of a variety of famous artists.
A team of designers has channelled the styles of world-renowned artists on to the settings of some of our favourite movies and shows: from the Friends’ apartment to the library in Downton Abbey.
Top pick has to be this vision of the Weasley house, the Burrow, in Harry Potter, recreated in the expansive style of British painter David Hockney.
Thanks to this Yayoi Kusama homage, SpongeBob SquarePants is more SpongeBob DotPants.
And Mexican artist Frida Kahlo does Monica and Rachel’s living room in Friends. That would be a guest appearance we’d love to have seen.
Then there’s Downton Abbey’s grand old library as reimagined in the style of Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí. A wonderful place for afternoon t̶e̶a̶ ̶a̶n̶d̶ ̶c̶a̶k̶e̶ hat and aardvark.
The project was commissioned by building merchant Buildworld – you can view all the other artworks here.
Keen to see some actual Yayoi Kusama? Here’s our verdict on her new year-long show at London’s Tate Modern.