Santa Inserted In Iconic Works Of Art, Hilarity Ensues

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It’s that time of year! The time where we take our near and dear holiday traditions and make fun of them until our sides hurt.

The Creation Of Adam (1512)

Photographer Recreates Masterpieces Using Santa Costume

Ed Wheeler, a photographer, has inserted photos of himself in a Santa Claus suit into famous works of art. He likes to call this hilarious series: “Santa Classics.” Christmas cards featuring the funny art renditions are available to purchase online from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and you can find more “Santa Classics” at Wheeler’s website. The captions below each photo states which famous artwork the photo was inspired by.

The Birth Of Venus (1486)
Washington Crossing The Delaware (1851)
The Japanese Footbridge and the Water Lily Pool (1899)
Nighthawks (1942)