Analogue Art: Starry Night Mural Made of Doorknobs


The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh may be one of the most recognizable masterpieces in history. It has been replicated in a number of mediums over countless of times, and it is apparent that the world’s fascination will not cease anytime soon.

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Just some examples of such replicas use torn magazine pages, paper quills, spices, and even jelly beans!

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And now, here’s yet another replica but something more unconventional. David Goldberg, a local owner of a hardware store in Bethseda, Maryland, had a warehouse full of discontinued brass door hardware in his hands, but instead of just selling them for scrap, he decided to create this wonderful mural.

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Personally, Starry Night is one of my favorite artworks of all time, and I don’t think I will ever get tired seeing it replicated. What do you guys think?

All information for this article was taken from Inhabitat.

written by geegraphy on 2012-10-24 in #lifestyle #vincent-van-gogh #starry-night #art #analogue-art #mural #analogue-lifestyle #painting

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