Posted by Erica February 17, 2012

French artists, Jocelyn Grivaud, has created an interesting art collection to honor the 50th anniversary of the famous barbie doll. The 'Poupée Poup Barbie' collection shows Grivaud's reinterpretations of famous paintings, photography and sculptures using the famous Mattel Doll.

'girl with the pearl earring' by vermeer, recreated by jocelyne grivaud

image via art history guide

all barbie images courtesy of the artist

'sylvia' by otto dix

right image via gunther stephan

'olympia' by edouard manet

right image via wikipedia

'l'evidence eternelle' by rene magritte

right image via the menil collection

bust of nefertiti from 1345 BCE

right image via egyptian museum berlin

le violon d'ingres' by man ray

right image via getty art

'neytiri' by james cameron

right image via take148

la gioconda'' by leonardo da vinci

right image via wikipedia

marylin dyptic' by andy warhol

right image via art history archive

bob dylan poster by milton glaser of pushpin graphic

right image via smithsonian

guy bourdin

right image via michael hoppen contemporary

'le mépris' film by jean-luc godard

right image via julia stelzner

vénus de milo' alexandros of antioch

right image via
art archive

 

im not sure how i feel about all of this, but i must admit, they are pretty neat to look at.

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