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Thursday, August 30, 2012

A Website That Lets You Restore Your Own ‘Valuable Artwork Of Jesus’

A Website That Lets You Restore Your Own ‘Valuable Artwork Of Jesus’

Ad agency BBH London has created a website that lets you restore your very own valuable artwork of Jesus, also known as ‘Ecce Homo’.

Called ‘The Cecilia Prize, the website was inspired by the recent news of how Cecilia Giminez, a Spain-based elderly lady, had destroyed the valuable Ecce Homo artwork by 19th-century artist Elías García Martînez.

On the website, users can paint over the Ecce Homo artwork with different colors and brush sizes to create their own ‘restored’ masterpieces.