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This Artist Painted Famous Characters Into Old Thrift Store Paintings And Raised Their Value

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Canadian artist David Irvine of The Gnarled Branch collects old, discarded paintings from thrift shops and adds pop culture characters like Darth Vader, Spider-Man, and Spock to them. Suddenly, a simple landscape painting is the playground for flesh-eating zombies, Godzilla, and Pac-Man.

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H/t: Distractify

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