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Wait, What?!: Artist Visits Exotic Locations Just To Paint The 'Patterns' Of His Own Shirt!

Wait, What?!: Artist Visits Exotic Locations Just To Paint The 'Patterns' Of His Own Shirt!

Artist Hank Schmidt in der Beek offers a hilarious take on classic outdoor painting. Rather than focusing on the scenic landscape, he paints the pattern of his own shirt.

At times it's actually difficult to comprehend and experience compelling works of fine art, so one imaginative duo chose to add a hilarious twist to it. Artist Hank Schmidt in der Beek and photographer Fabian Schubert have been working on a project, called "Und im Sommer tu ich malen" (which translates to "And in the Summer I do paint") which combines photography and painting, and it isn't just first-class but likewise hilarious. 

The thought behind the project is for the team to visit picturesque areas where well-known artists like Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, or Paul Cezanne painted their works. Notwithstanding, rather than repeating their well-known works, Hank paints the pattern of his own shirt on a canvas. And we've gathered some of their most hilarious renditions below, see for yourself: 

1. Natural splendor 

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2. Lost in translation 

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3. Masterpiece 

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4. Scenic beauty 

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5. An artist's reality 

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6. Checkmate 

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7. Livin' on the edge 

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8. Deep blue sea 

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9. Strappy reality 

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10. Into the nothing 

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11. At the end of the world 

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12. Farm life 

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13. Quantum of solace 

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14. On top of it all! 

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15. Paint it yellow 

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16. Vertical Horizon 

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17. Criss-cross 

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18. Duality 

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19. Cow goes 'shoo'

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20. Into the wild 

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