THIS Incredibly Artistic Music Video Showcases the Most Famous Painted Faces in Art History


Not only was the music good, the video was incredibly visual too!

If you look at recent music videos, you’d often see twerking and people showing off their bodies just to get a few views on YouTube. But this new music video is definitely one of the best—visually!

Jane Zhang’s “Dust My Shoulders Off” was released a few days ago. The song is catchy and good, but what caught many netizens’ attention was the incredibly artsy video.  Watch the video below and see for yourself:

Elements used in this video:

00:01 Edvard Munch – The Scream (1893), Vermeer Jan – Girl with a pearl earring (1665), Seurat Georges – A Sunday on La Grande Jatte (1884)

00:06 Salvador Dali

00:09 Edward Hopper – Nighthawks (1942)

00:42 Vincent Van Gogh – Self-Portrait (1889)

00:44 Mike Tyson – The Bite Fight (1997)

00:48 Millet Jean Francois – Les Gleanuses Salon (The Gleaners) (1857)

00:57 Vermeer Jan – Girl with a pearl earring (1665)

01:22 Anna Christina Olson – Christina’s World (1948)

01:39 Seurat Georges – A Sunday on La Grande Jatte (1884)

01:51 Edvard Munch – The Scream (1893)

01:59 Men in Black (film) (1997)

02:02 Salvador Dali – The Temptation of St.Anthony (1946)

02:39 Maurits Cornelis Escher – Ascending and Descending (1960)

02:42 Maurits Cornelis Escher – Another World (1947)

02:49 René Magritte – The Son of Man (1964)

02:52 Salvador Dali

03:01 Edward Hopper – Nighthawks (1942)

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