A line of figures based on classic works has gone viral on the Internet thanks to its possibilities.
If there is one thing the Japanese know how to do, it is to ridicule any concept; their humor can be difficult to catch, since they abuse too much of the double meaning taking advantage of their complex language. But they are also capable of making an easy joke with anything.
The Table Museum line of figures is a good example of this; are representations of classic works of art, quite faithful to the originals, everything must be said.
Figures based on classic works that do not leave you indifferent
It is a joint project between some of the leading manufacturers in the sectorLike FREEing, Max Factory, and Good Smile Company, and the results for now are breathtaking for how detailed they are.
The majority are representations of sculptures such as Michelangelo’s David or da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man; but little by little they are expanding, and The last figure presented is based on the Scream by Edvard Munch.
As you can see, the project does not seek to represent a specific era or style, and seems to be guided more by the popularity of the work.
But these are not just immovable figures, there are already many of those. The grace is that these figures are fully articulated and they are capable of doing much more than the original poses.
Giving up on the classics
See Venus de Milo regain her arms and use them to flirt with The Thinker by Auguste Rodinit is quite an experience; and since they are of the same scale as the rest of the figures from other ranges, we can create scenes with our favorite characters from video games or anime.
These figures based on classic works are a good example that art can be appreciated in many ways.
Yes, I said appreciate; Although it may not seem like it, these figures are Authentic tributes to the artists of yesteryear.They’re just so funny because we recognize their place in popular culture.