Auto Mechanics Pay Homage to the Legendary Artworks of Renaissance Painters
American photographer Freddy Fabris created unusual versions of famous Renaissance paintings. The idea came to him during a visit to a garage somewhere in the western United States. ’Why not?’ thought Fabris, who decided to combine the uncombinable. The photographer tried to preserve the distinctive style of great Renaissance master painters, ever so slightly spicing it up.
Bright Side offers you a chance to take a look at the final images, in which the two eras merged into something truly surreal.
The Creation of an Auto Mechanic
In the style of ’The Creation of Adam’ (Michelangelo)
The Last Supper of Auto Mechanics
In the style of ’The Last Supper’ (Leonardo da Vinci)
A series of ’Rembrandt-style’ portraits
The Anatomy of a Car Lesson
In the style of ’The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp’ (Rembrandt)
Photo credit: fabrisphoto