Dusty Old Art Turned Awesome By the Addition of Creepy Monsters

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These dusty works of art could use something to spice them up, Thyrza Segal must have thought. The Canadian artist makes typical “boring” art, bought from thrift shops and flea markets, just a bit more fun by adding crazy monsters into the scenes.

Below you can see the before and after pictures.

Which version is better?

This is a gorgeous litho from about the 1930’s that has not faded at all. The original painting is from 1894 by Thomas Moran entitled “High up in the Rockies”
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Version 2.0
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This one was pretty damaged/ faded
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Gone Fishing.

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This adorable vintage paint by numbers painting was given to Thyrza by a friend

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Sure, maybe Thyrza went a little to far, but I bet she managed to amuse herself though

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This is a vintage litho- (guessing 1960’s), it was a bit faded but not too bad

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Can you imagine anything more frightening than a toddler with four legs? Those extra appendages make her pretty fast for maximum damage.

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Vintage print of a Ruglei painting…looks like Spain but I’m not sure.

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It takes people a minute to see that a partial view of a Cloverfield-like monster is in the port.

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Hula Girl

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“Mom, dad.. meet my new boyfriend”

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Vintage lake painting

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Fun at the lake

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Another typical vintage landscape

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And another scene straight from my nightmares

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If you want to see more, check out Thyrza’s site.