Artist Travels To Scenic Locations Only To Paint The Pattern of His Own Shirt

Artist Hank Schmidt in der Beek and photographer Fabian Schubert offer a hilarious take on classic outdoor painting, a humorous series of photographs that show artist going to various scenic locations just to paint his own shirt. They started this project in 2009 and it’s still ongoing.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

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This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

This artist traveled to a scenic location just to paint the pattern of his own shirt.

If you enjoyed this gallery, you may also like weird art projects such as Playing Dead Worldwide, Sweater Knitting Tourist, and Facing The Wrong Direction.

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  1. tia February 7, 2020

    i seem to be one of the incredibly few people who love this! this documentation is also artifacts of the series too! so good

  2. Sandra February 8, 2020

    So good!
    Love it! Monet’s Haystacks – brilliant!

  3. Anonymous February 9, 2020

    hes abit cretin

  4. Diana February 10, 2020

    Ah, Humanity!

  5. Brralint February 11, 2020

    yes yes yes

  6. Mystical Cat February 12, 2020

    Hilarious! Anyone who has a problem with this takes themselves WAY too seriously.

    10
  7. Daron February 13, 2020

    nooooo.. this isnt funny or cool at all..

  8. GeeMan February 13, 2020

    Art gone coo-coo like the rest of coo-coo gen.

  9. Julie February 14, 2020

    Entrepreneurship at its finest! Hope it works out for him.

  10. Anonymous February 14, 2020

    Excellent!

  11. Anonymous February 16, 2020

    It’s kinda deep thoough, now everyone who sees his paintings will only see a shirt pattern but he will be able to look back and see what he was looking for so long as he painted his shirt through memory. Idk stoned thoughts

  12. Kitty Wallis February 17, 2020

    First reaction: Silly, looking to fool people into being impressed by thinking up the most unlikely idea. But I couldn’t stop looking at the paintings. and then I saw that the paintings had the fresh air and clear light in them that I love so much when doing plein air work. I want to see him paint one or a few inside, where the light and air is dull. Just to see if my reaction holds water.

  13. KP February 24, 2020

    Well! Unusual, but I love his array of jumpers. Perhaps its a celebration of coloured jumpers.

  14. Loveart February 25, 2020

    Nonsense.

  15. Nancy February 27, 2020

    So the real credit goes to his t shirt designers

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