Various well-known artists such as Van Gogh once made a painting of a or their own interiors. This gives an interesting insight into their world and the style of their time. The creative studio NeoMam brought some of those famous interiors to life!
Our December edition is in full swing. To get you in the mood for this art edition, we are combining two of Imagicasa's major themes and passions today: art and interior. Paintings of interiors are like historical documents. They show us what interiors looked like in the time of the artist and of course also how the artist in question interpreted his environment.
The team transformed the paintings into real interiors, as if the artists took a photograph instead of made a painting.
Some of such well-known works are the following: The Bedroom (1888) by Vincent van Gogh, The Sun Shine on the Corner (1928) by Grant Wood, Interior (My dining room) (1909) by Wassily Kandinsky, Interior with restful paintings (1991) by Roy Lichtenstein, Interior (1913) by Konstantin Korovin and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna's Sitting Room, Cottage Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia (1835) by Eduard Petrovich Hau. The UK-based creative agency NeoMam brought these six works to life with CG technology for their client Home Advisor. The team transformed the paintings into real interiors, as if the artists took a photograph instead of made a painting. That was the designers' starting point: "We started to think, what did these household settings of famous paintings look like in the real world?" For some of the works more creativity was used and the 'real' image differs a bit from the painting, but others were really copied down to the smallest detail. A fun and original project!
Image credit: Home Advisor