Classic portraits get a hilarious celebrity remix in Worth 1000's recent contest, "Modern Renaissance." A number of graphic artists submitted masterpieces with the faces replaced by current pop culture icons. In the image in the slideshow below, for instance, a rugged Leonardo DiCaprio replaces Vincent van Gogh in the Dutch artist's iconic self-portrait.
We first spotted these modernized masterpieces on Laughing Squid, but it isn't the first time celebrities have gone under the brush, of course.
Scroll through the slideshow below and let us know which modern classic you like best.
Vincent van Gogh, "Self-Portrait" (1889).
Johannes Vermeer, "The Girl With The Pearl Earring" (1665).
François-Xavier Fabre, "Portrait de Edward Fox Fitzgerald" (1815).
Anne-Louis Girodet de Roussy-Trioson, "Portrait of Hortense de Beauharnais" (1808).
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, "Louise de Broglie, Contesse d'Haussonville" (1845).
Robert Downey Jr.
Jacques-Louis David's "Self-Portrait" (1794).
Albrecht Durer, "Portrait of Jacob Muffel" (1526).
Peter Paul Rubens, "Portrait of a Chambermaid of Infanta Isabella" (c. 1625).
Frederick Sandys, "Grace Rose" (1866).
Edouard Louis Dubufe, "Portrait of Madame F" (c. 1851).