The creation of the universe was the beginning of art. From then on, it accompanied humanity and became a fundamental part of our existence. Art comes in all sorts of forms - from atoms, molecules, DNA to man-made paintings and sculptures. No matter whether natural or artificial production, until today, art inspires many people and enriches the creativity and the spirit.
The progressive digitization is also increasingly turning the field of art into electronic screens. As a result, the works of artists are more frequently appreciated and acknowledged on the Internet and rarely admired locally. Digital image processing and graphics software have also opened up a new door to art, enabling an easier way to produce and distribute art in all of its different facets. As a result, the interest in classical art is diminishing, as it may no longer be living up to the contrasting colours of modern art.
In his current project: "Classical Art Meets Modern Art", the neo-artist Melih van Goer set himself the goal of taking the classical works of world-famous personalities such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Van Gogh, Michelangelo, Klimt, etc. and adapting them into present time without loosing their recognition value in the process. With modern techniques and his graphic talents, Melih van Goer attempts to astonish humanity once more with the works of the greatest artists.
Photo Credit: Gijsbert van der Wal