Here’s What Famous Historical Figures Would Look Like Today
Leonardo Da Vinci
If you’ve ever looked at the bust of Nefertiti or Julius Caesar, you may have wondered what they’d look like in today’s world. Well, the Dallas-based artist and graphic designer Becca Saladin has always been fascinated by historical facts and archaeology.
“Yet, I always felt separated from the figures. I always thought of history more like a movie than a series of real events,” she explained.
So in order to see historical events and the famous people the way they actually happened and the way they actually looked, Becca created her Royalty Now series that instantly went viral. By combining photography, editing and digital drawing, Becca comes up with incredibly modern and realistic versions of people we only see in movies and history books.
Girl With A Pearl Earring
This time, we are back with some of Becca’s most recent work featuring Mona Lisa, Mozart, Leonardo da Vinci, and you name it… Scroll down, upvote your favorites and be sure to check out our previous posts with Becca’s recreations here and here.
Chevalier De Saint-Georges
Joan Of Arc
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Anne Of Cleves
Mary, Queen Of Scots
Fayum Mummy Portraits: Unknown Man
Policarpa Salavarrieta (La Pola)
Sejong The Great
Bull Bear (Matau-Tathonca)
José De San Martín
Catherine The Great
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