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These Alper Dostal’s Melted Masterpieces Will Blow Your Mind — While galleries and museums are highly-controlled environments, the Austria-based digital designer melts masterpieces to imagine art without air conditioning.

Alper Dostal, a designer based in Vienna, has created a series of digital visualizations called ‘Hot Exhibition’ that sees ‘The Scream’, ‘The Starry Night’ and ‘Guernica’ disastrously dripping daubs of paint onto the floor. Having in mind that galleries and museums are highly-controlled environments, this digital designer helps us to imagine what might happen to the world’s most famous art if the air conditioner was turned off.

Today, to celebrate the Contemporary Art and inspire artists all over the world, Daily Design News presents you ‘Hot Exhibition’ series. TAKE A LOOK!


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Jacques-Louis David’s ‘Napoleon Crossing the Alps’ ends in a pile of gold paint
A self-portrait by David Alfaro Siqueiros drips onto the floor
The already melting ‘Persistence of Memory’ of Salvador Dali continues to liquify
Pablo Picasso’s ‘Guernica’ melts away
A drippy version of ‘The Son of Man’ by René Magritte
Swirls of ‘The Starry Night’ slide from the canvas
Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ slides off the canvas
A dripping Piet Mondrian piece

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Source: designboom.com