This Artist Paints Icons from Star Wars as Renaissance War Generals and Religious Figures

Australian digital artist Scadam Photoshops images of historical paintings by reimagining the models as pop culture characters. Faces of popular characters from Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings, The Boys, MCU, and DC Films Photoshopped into old paintings. Scadam cleverly merges historical art and modern pop culture into one frame. And the result is amazingly hilarious.

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