Impressionism, developed by Claude Monet and his contemporaries in 19th century Paris, remains one of the most recognizable and popular movements in art. But how can such a traditionally static medium adapt to a rapidly evolving, digital world full of adorable puppy GIFs? By incorporating time-lapse video, of course.
Van Gogh's is undoubtedly one of the most immediately recognizable self-portraits in the world. And it's this familiarity with the impressionist painting that makes Lithuanian architect and photographer Tadao Cern's digital recreation so haunting.