'Data Visualization' is art director Yousuke Ozawa’s latest series of reimagined famous paintings. Featuring a side-by-side comparison of art imagery and computer code, the series boasts digitally rendered versions of iconic masterpieces.
Yousuke Ozawa’s computer code compositions pay homage to iconic works including Gustav Klimt's 'The Kiss', Rene Magritte's 'The Son of Man' and even Edvard Munch's 'The Scream'.
Tech enthusiasts and computer programmers will fall in love with this art project. The set of reimagined famous paintings is unlike traditional interpretations that are more about maintaining the original look of each piece.
Representative of today's internet obsession, these coded paintings illustrate the importance of digital data and society's tendency to overlook its impact on everything around them.
Computer Coded Masterpieces
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Iconic Paintbrush Portraits
Historical Portrait Selfies
Candid Hipster Illustrations
Elaborate Textile Collages
Feminine Retro Paintings
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