Russia's 'Isolation Art' Takes the Internet By Storm
A Russian Facebook project called ART-ISOLATION has art enthusiasts across the country tapping into their quarantine creativity by recreating iconic paintings from art history.
The rules are simple: no photoshop, post only your own creations done during self-isolation with materials you already have at home, and no commentary.
The creative challenge has quickly become a sensation — more than 220,000 people have already joined ART-ISOLATION's Facebook group since it was created on March 30. Members can try their hand at recreating famous art or simply scroll through the funny and wildly creative works.
Because we can't get enough of them, here's even more isolation artworks to feast your eyes upon from inside your home:
"The Last Judgment," Hieronymus Bosch, after 1482.
Aleksander Chernukh / Facebook
"Girl With Peaches," Valentine Serov, 1887.
Sasha Nikolov / Facebook
"Ivan the Terrible and His Son Ivan," Ilya Repin, 1885.
Alexi Witwicki / Facebook
"Harvest," Kazimir Malevic, 1928-1929.
Orlova Nadya / Facebook
"Girl With a Pearl Earring," Johannes Vermeer, 1665.
Olesya Shaletskaya / Facebook
"The Rape (Le Viol)," René Magritte, 1934.
Yelena Snegiryova / Facebook
"Over the Town," Marc Chagall, 1913.
Vera Savitskova / Facebook
"The Lovers," René Magritte, 1928.
Iya Tomashevskaya / Facebook
"The Fresh Cavalier," Pavel Andreevich Fedotov, 1846.
Olda Shirokova / Facebook
"Troika," Vasily Perov, 1866.
Anna Neistat / Facebook