A Gluten-Free Museum Of Iconic Artworks By Arthur Coulet

French graphic designer Arthur Coulet pairs iconic artworks with their gluten-free counterparts in a humorous way on his Tumblr titled ‘Gluten Free Museum‘. By manipulating photos, Coulet reveals bland parallel scenes without gluten, a protein that is contained in wheat and other grain products. Whether it’s a hay bale missing in a painting by Vincent Van Gogh or the main substance in a cake portrait by Jeff Koons, the project seems to target the latest hype around gluten-free diets.

Vincent Van Gogh

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Johannes Vermeer

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Édouard Manet

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Pieter Brueghel

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Salvador Dalí

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Jeff Koons

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Walt Disney

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Anna Ancher

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Grant Wood

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Paul Cézanne

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Wayne Thiebaud

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Giuseppe Arcimboldo

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All images © Arthur Coulet

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