Humorous Illustrated Interpretations of Famous Works Of Art

By | October 1, 2014

Who says art should always be taken seriously? These humorous illustrated interpretations of famous works of art will sure tickle your funny bone.

Created by Poland-based freelancer Dixie Leota, no famous art work is off limits to her great sense of humor. Her “Art Parody Project” consists of cartoon-like illustrations of well-known paintings with exaggerated features and subtle changes. From Evard Munch’s The Scream to Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, she sure does know how to amuse art lovers.

Boticelli - The birth of Venus

Boticelli – The birth of Venus

Caravaggio - Boy with a basket of fruit

Caravaggio – Boy with a basket of fruit

Caravaggio - Judith beheading Holofernes

Caravaggio – Judith beheading Holofernes

Caravaggio - Sick Bachus

Caravaggio – Sick Bachus

Da Vinci - Lady with an Ermine

Da Vinci – Lady with an Ermine

Edvard Munch - The Scream

Edvard Munch – The Scream

Henri Matisse - Woman in blue

Henri Matisse – Woman in blue

Klimt - The Kiss

Klimt – The Kiss

Leonardo Da Vinci - Mona Lisa

Leonardo Da Vinci – Mona Lisa

Rossetti - Lady Lilith

Rossetti – Lady Lilith