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There's a new phenomena among us that's beginning to receive more and more attention. Dubbed 'photo-remakes' this technique draws inspiration from a known piece (most commonly paintings, but also stretching to sculpture and photography), and aims to reconstruct that piece as a photograph. The goal is not so much to create an exact replica, but to recreate the mood, and sometimes even add a layer of personal interpretation.
Being able to create a powerful remake requires a high level of technical precision, as well as a strong artistic vision and talent. Below are a few 'photo-remakes' paired with the original work for comparison. Let us know what you think of this growing trend and the works themselves in the comments below. 

“Pot Pourri” remake by Tania Brassesco and Lazlo Passi Norberto 
“Composition With Red, Blue and Yellow” remake by Katie Jackson
“Nighthawks” remake by Bastian Vice
“David and Goliath” by Caravaggio, remade by Miguel Iturbe
“Self Portrait 1889″ remake by Seth Johnson
Julianne Moore by Peter Lindbergh as Seated Woman With Bent Knee by Egon Schiele  

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