Recreating Starry Night With Household Objects

Colin Patrick

If you’d like to see Vincent Van Gogh’s masterpiece The Starry Night in person, you’ll need to head to New York City’s Museum of Modern Art – where it's been part of the permanent collection since 1941.

If, on the other hand, you just want to see something that looks somewhat like it, you can go ahead and create your own interpretation. Plenty of others have. Some notable examples:

An indigestion-filled Starry Night made of bacon:

How about making a gymnasium sized version out of 4,000 pounds of breakfast cereal:

There’s always the obligatory LEGO version:

Bottle caps work surprisingly well:

And of course, a few years back Ransom Riggs showed us that other planets have their own version as well.

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