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15 Old New Art

Old New Art

Posted on December 11, 2008 by


Russian modern art 1

Russian art often becomes a subject to modern modifications. That’s another series in a row.

Russian modern art 2

Russian modern art 3


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15 Responses to “Old New Art”

  1. russianov says:

    great job!

  2. maxD says:

    Cheburashka !!!!

  3. pb says:

    great! anyone know the name of the original painting / painter for No. 13?

  4. Lutra Lutra says:

    ZAEBIS
    Che burashka!!!

  5. These are great. I especially like the top one.

  6. sabot says:

    One and seven aren’t bad at all. Is the Terminator a popular internet theme in Russia?

  7. Strelok says:

    luv the terminator one =)

  8. CZenda says:

    Except for the first one, the jokes are unreadable for a non-Russian.
    Replacing a person with a Hollywood product is not automatically funny…

  9. bavaria says:

    nice !1

  10. Nemen says:

    Praporshik Zadov :)

  11. goat_farmers_of_the_CIA says:

    Girl on first pic-painting is Jewish – specially the eyes. Not that I have anything against Jews, just pointing it out. In fact, it adds another layer of meaning to the painting: she was detained because she looked like it.

  12. Bilosh says:

    DO NOT ALLOW YODA TO VISIT YOU WILLAGE!!!!!! HE WILL TAKE ALL OF NAKED WOMENS FOR HIMSSELF!!!!! YOU WILL NOT GET ANY!!!!

  13. Gerry says:

    An interesting photoshop. This image is taken from the film,”Bladerunner”, a US Movie, 20 years or more ago? There were no KGB in the plot. She’s a real beauty though, maybe not now so much. She was made up to be an exquisite female, so as to make her in the plot, a real question as a possible ‘replicant'(fake human being). One wondered that, after the shock, if one touched her, whe would shatter, or something.
    I must admit that at the time, her presense was arresting, at least for males. Mesmerizing, as if all time stopped. As when such near perfection never happens. I think that females might have thought or sensed, this also. I do not know her name. Gerry

  14. anon says:

    Lol, Gordon

  15. Tshuhna says:

    Karelin likes literature, but I didnt know that he is great writer too ;)

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