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Van Gogh

  1. Artist Regenerates Van Gogh’s Lost Ear, but How Long Before They Grow the Rest of Him?

    Cool! Now do Evander Holyfield!

    Ears! They're always getting lopped off, amiright? Maybe not always, but Vincent van Gogh's certainly did. Thankfully, a German museum has regrown Van Gogh's lost... organ? Appendage? Flappy bit of cartilage? Ears are weird when you think about it, and so is regrowing them in a museum.

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  2. 4 Gorgeous Starry Night Vehicles

    It's no secret that we find various iterations and renditions of Van Gogh's Starry Night both impressive and amusing. We've seen it recreated in bacon, and made out of doorknobs, but if you've never seen Van Gogh's famous work painted in wonderful detail driving down the road on the way to the grocery store, we've got a few Starry Night vehicles below with which you can fill that void in your life.

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  3. Doorknob Starry Night

    With all the different, extremely impressive renditions of Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night we've seen, it starts to make you wonder if Starry Night is actually that impressive, since everyone on the Internet seems to be able to recreate it. However talented everyone on the Internet seems to be, it's still a pretty piece upon which to gaze, and this rendition of Starry Night created entirely out of doorknobs sure is a creative medium with which to recreate Van Gogh's work.

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  4. Starry Night and Other Van Gogh Masterpieces Made From Sundry Spices

    In case you hadn't noticed, we're pretty big fans of Van Gogh's Starry Night. Or rather, we're really big fans of the seemingly endless parade of homages to the painting, made on whiteboards, pumpkins, and now: Various spices and foodstuffs. This tasty looking interpretation is the creation of photographer Kelly Mccollam who crafted her work out of spices, food coloring, and potato chips. She says that Van Gogh is her favorite painter and that it only felt natural to create this piece, as well as other delicious re-imaginings of Van Gogh's work. See more spicy paintings, after the break.

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  5. Whiteboard, Black and White Starry Night

    The latest in our hard-hitting, breaking Starry Night coverage is the above rendition of Van Gogh's apparently very reproducible painting. This time, on a whiteboard in black and white. The thin lines in the above interpretation give the piece an even more Tim Burton look than the original, especially in the sky portion.

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  6. This is Starry Night Carved on a Pumpkin

    This in Van Gogh's famous Starry Night carved on a pumpkin, courtesy of your friends at the Museum of Modern Art. No, we will not stop until every rendition of Starry Night has been documented.

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  7. Gorgeous, Seemingly Delicious Starry Night Cake

    A three-level cake decorated with Van Gogh's Starry Night. Impressively, the decoration seems to be purely icing or frosting, rather than fondant, the food decorator's choice material nowadays.

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  8. The Lord of the Rings Starry Night

    Previously: Bacon Starry Night. Now: The Lord of the Rings Starry Night. When something happens because of course it did, usually more things happen for that same reason.

    (via Dorkly)

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  9. Van Gogh’s Starry Night Made Out of Bacon

    This happened because of course it did. (Instructables via CRAFT)

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  10. Van Gogh Paintings Represented as Pie Charts

    British artist Arthur Buxton uses pie charts to represent the five most prevalent colors in 28 different Vincent van Gogh paintings. It's a little maddening that there's no publicly available answer key, but devoted fans should be able to figure out at least a few.

    See also: The Starry Night broken down into pie charts. (Arthur Buxton via Rocketboom)

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