Gotham Art

about Vartan Garnikyan

Since every generation has a little less interest in the past, for Vartan this is just a way of helping artists like Van Gogh and Da Vinci keep trending after all these centuries. He feels especially accomplished when people comment on his pictures on Instagram and ask things like “when was the original painted?”.

So, you will see Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night reimagined as his favorite scene in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight, the “mysterious” Mona Lisa mixed with the museum scene in Tim Burton’s Batman, Grant Wood’s original American Gothic remade as a Batman version of Silence of the Lambs, or the actor Jared Leto screaming in the Edvard Munch’s masterpiece. They’re all digitally drawn from scratch with a tablet, all with different styles from one-another, and relatively close to the style of the original artist.

From Los Angeles, Vartan has been working as a professional digital artist with the movie studios for 10 and more years, creating posters, standees, DVD boxes, etc. He has only started experimenting with his own art for about 3 years now, and he doesn’t plan to ever stop.



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