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Surreal Portraits of Famous Artists and Thinkers

Do you see Sigmund Freud in this image? The boatman forms his right eye and the woman's hair his left eye.

This fantastic portrait from a fever dream is by Ukrainian artist Oleg Shupliak. He offers up reverent and mysterious images of great artists, thinkers, and writers.

I'm especially taken with Shupliak's portraits of artists inspired by the styles of those artists. You can see so much of Starry Night in this depiction of Van Gogh.

Claude Monet's head forms from the clouds of this alternate version of the French Impressionist's Windy Day.

Here is American writer Ernest Hemingway deeply embedded in his story "The Snows of Kilimanjaro."

-via Twisted Sifter

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