Japanese students have become the most famous paintings of the world

Most famous paintings: Kawasaki is a Japanese city located between Tokyo and Yokohama, known for its heavy industry, open-air folk museums, and the country’s largest and brightest Halloween celebration.

This year, make-up artist and body art artist Amazing Jiro sent his students to the 22nd annual Halloween parade in very impressive images. The parade was attended by about 2,000 people and 120,000 spectators who did not miss the opportunity to take pictures with someone from this eerie festive crowd.

But most of all, 6 students of Amazing Jiro stood out, who turned into the most famous works of art – “Here is a man” by Elias Garcia Martinez, “Weeping Woman” by Pablo Picasso, “Girl with a Pearl Earring” by Jan Vermeer, a self-portrait by Vincent van Gogh, “Mona Lisa” Leonardo da Vinci and Edward Munch’s Scream.

The group of creative guys was so memorable that they even won a cash prize of $4,400.

Photos of Japanese students who have become the most famous paintings of the world

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