David Tennant Art Work Featured In An Exhibition At The Tate Britain



A piece of art work merging an image of David Tennant with a piece of 16th century art was part of a collection exhibited at the Tate Britain by Middlesex University’s Joe James Legget.
The collection which was shown as part of the Late At Tate Britain series, Celebrity, was made up of photoshopped photos of  David Tennant, David Cameron, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jedward and Scarlett Johansson merged with paintings from the gallery's own art works.
The aim of the exhibition was to show how the media idolise those with celebrity status or fame.

See the other images at Creative Boom here.

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