20 More Interpretations Of The Last Supper. New For Easter 2011.
above: beautiful photographic depiction of just the hands from The Last Supper
Since Jesus came back from the dead (according to some), so shall my post on interpretations of one of the world's most famous paintings, The Last Supper:
In 2008, I wrote a post called "The Last Supper. And the one after that. And after that. And then, even more." in which I introduced you to the most well known Last Supper painting by Leonardo da Vinci as well as many other versions created by famous artists and photographers, like Andy Warhol and David LaChapelle.
Then, in 2010 I shared with you "The LOST Supper & Other TV Casts As The Famous Painting" which featured images from MASH to The Simpsons posed as the famous painting.
Below is a whole new slew to add to the growing collection of Last Supper homages by various photographers and artists.
Sailor Moon Last Supper by Paolo Cellammare:
The Last Supper by photographer Pablo Marques:
Underwater Last Supper by photographer Howard Schatz:
The Last Supper 2004 by photographer Jim Fiscus:
"One of you will betray me" by photographer Midnight-Digital:
by photographer Anna Franke:
by photographer Michael Hunter:
Fellini's Pizzarria by photographer Lazaro:
The Last Supper Just The Hands by photographer bananocrate バナノクラテ
A Lesbian Last Supper by arfism:
iPod Last Supper by Travis (axb500):
Taste The Good Life by Chance:
The Big Lebowski Last Supper:
The Manischewitz Last Supper (artist unknown):
The Clowns Last Supper by Dark Vomit:
The Last Supper by Misha Art:
The Last Supper sculpture in the desert by the late artist Albert Szukalski, 1984:
and lit at night:
Artist Lidy Jacob's Rabbit's Last Supper:
And lastly, the amazing doodle illustrated Last Supper by Saga Kikeita:
detail of above:
all images courtesy of the individual photographs and artists.
And Happy Easter!
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