Some people remember celebrities solely for the vivid roles they played. For example, everyone knows that Julia Roberts' most memorable role was in Pretty Woman, and Bruce Willis had a great acting in Die Hard. But Dutch artist Ard Gelinck decided to visualize this by matching actors and actresses with the characters they played. It turned out very well!
George Clooney and Dr. Doug Ross, The Ambulance
Heath Ledger and the Joker, The Dark Knight
Drew Barrymore and Gertie, "Alien"
David Schwimmery and Ross Geller, Friends
Courteney Cox and Monica Geller, Friends
Jennifer Aniston and Rachel Green, TV series Friends
Jack Nicholson and the Joker, Batman
Emilia Clarke and Daenerys Targaryen, Game of Thrones
Bruce Willis and David Addison Jr., Moonlight Detective Agency
Daniel Radcliffe and Harry Potter, Harry Potter Film Series
Emma Watson and Hermione Granger, Harry Potter Film Series
Johnny Depp and Wade Walker, Crybaby
Al Pacino and Tony Montana, Scarface
Julia Roberts and Vivian Ward, Pretty Woman
Tom Hanks and Forrest Gump, Forrest Gump
Kate Winslet and Rose Dewitt Bukater, Titanic
Joaquin Phoenix and Joker, "Joker"
Michael J. Fox and Marty McFly, Back to the Future
Jim Carrey and Stanley Ipkiss, The Mask
Macaulay Culkin and Kevin McCallister, Home Alone
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Today, wherever we go, we take our smartphone with us everywhere and can take a picture at any time. But this was not always the case, and most of the story passed without cameras and video filming. That is why historical photographs are so valuable, especially if they were taken in ancient times. Today we want to plunge with you into the times of the past and look at the life of people of those years, as well as see rare pictures of stars that few have seen.
David Bowie and Mick Jagger were very close friends, and according to some stories even more, 1970
Australian professional swimmer, actress and writer Annette Kellerman has fought for women's right to wear tight-fitting swimwear. She was arrested for indecent behavior, 1907
Frank Sinatra and his fans, 1940s
Sigourney Weaver on the set of the movie "Alien 3", 1991
Correctional colony of strict regime, Kovrov, 1993
Marilyn Monroe in 1957
Kylie Minogue, 1993
California Bikini Contest 1986
Reaction of a boy watching television for the first time, 1948
Perfume machine, 1952
"The health of workers is the work of the workers themselves." Psychiatric hospital, USSR, 1930s
This item was used to play the bottle game, Europe, 17th century
Gillian Anderson, 1996
Female sniper company of the 3rd Shock Army of the 1st Belorussian Front, Germany, May 1945
Albert Einstein, 1933
Tasting room "Nectar" in Leningrad, 1985
Nikita Khrushchev during a visit to India, 1956
Visiting quarantined relatives and friends at Ullewol Hospital, Oslo, 1905
Robert De Niro in Moscow, 1980s
Sellers of skullcaps, UzSSR, 1930
Former spouses Johnny Lee Miller and Angelina Jolie, 1996
Madonna, Versace ad campaign, 1995
Victorian photographer's birdie, 1900s
In the 1920s, resourceful photographers attracted the attention of children with a brass bird placed near the lens. An interesting fact: not only was the toy shiny, it also emitted a whistle similar to the singing of real birds.