Quarantine Has Turned Everyone into an Artist – Here’s Proof

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By now, you’ve probably acquainted with your personal belongings in a way like never before – missing socks are suddenly making an appearance, those obscure spices in the pantry are actually proving handy, and there’s finally time to try out all those sheet masks. So what’s left to do but get creative with them?

A Dutch Instagram account by the name of Tussen Kunst & Quarantaine – which translates to ‘between art and quarantine’ – has challenged its 143,000 followers (and counting) to recreate famous works of art by using everyday objects lying around the house in an effort to offer some much-needed comic relief. And the results, as evidenced below, are hilarious. Toilet paper has proven especially popular as a prop for obvious reasons and, clearly, being homebound brings out the kooky side of just about everyone.

 

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