Artist Transformes Famous Paintings Into Batman Pop Art

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According to Vartan Garnikyan: “I guess it’s pretty obvious that I’m a big Batman fan. Though the “Starry Knight” has been going viral for all year, I’ve had some negative feedback over the years with people saying things like, “This isn’t art, you’re disgracing a masterpiece, etc.” as if I’m doing it to insult the artists. But truth be told, I see it as paying homage to them. I try to paint a new classic Batman piece every year, and each project is well thought-out, planned for a long time, and worked on for months!”

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“This is my way of helping artists like Van Gogh and Da Vinci keep trending after all these centuries. I might be wrong, but I can’t help but notice how indifferent the general public is with classic art these days. I feel like every generation has a little less interest in the past. I have to admit, I feel especially accomplished when people comment on my pictures on Instagram and ask things like “when was the original painted?””

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“I’ve been working professionally with the movie studios for 10+ years; creating posters, standees, DVD boxes, etc. I have only started experimenting with my own art for about 3 years now. I must admit, it’s been an incredible 3 years. I don’t plan to ever stop. I can’t thank you all enough for all the support you’ve shown me in the last 6 months. I’m forever grateful, and wake up smiling every single day.”

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