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Obediah 1 weeks ago
#17 Chances could be that you ruined a genuine painting by Edward Hopper.
       
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Jackie 1 weeks ago
...never agreed with this and I never will. Thrift store or not, to someone, at some point, it was once THEIR art, and whether it's $5 or $5 million, you're defacing something someone did their best to express on canvas just for silly pop culture 'lulz'. This is vandalizing, and nothing else.
       
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Brenda 1 weeks ago
@Jackie. What utter nonsense. If these hadn't been reimagined they would be in the rubbish. Now they are seen by thousands . If it wasn't for popular groups sampling classics, many people would not find and enjoy the original. I think the original artists would love this.
       
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salamoon 1 weeks ago
i dont like this.... except #2 thats a nice concept.
       
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