How can we rejuvenate the outdated image of the great classics of Western art? Rodrigo Pinheiro is a graphic designer, and seems to be a specialist in happy and surprising photographic collages.

The spectator thinks he is looking at a fashion photo (photographic field where he also practices) and then suddenly realizes that the model has the face and hair of… the Venus coming out of the see, of Botticelli. All the art of his collages consists in blurring in all the grain of the photo the tracks of the difference between the layers, in such way that the amazed spectator no longer knows where the photo is and where the painting is… The illusion is real, it could well be VanGogh who drinks his coffee in underwear.