David Irvine has a knack for uncovering the possibility in items and making them new and exciting once again. He recently released a series called "Re-Directed Art." He took old, boring thrift store artwork and made it into fun, interesting paintings. He "re-directs" the paintings in the sense that with his additions, he changes the focus, theme, or narrative. He uses something already imagined as his canvas to create something new. Check out his paintings below.
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