European cities turned into one huge museum – see what Milan and Paris streets look like when ads are replaced with classical paintings

Creative French artist Etienne Lavie turned the streets of several major European cities such as Milan and Paris into one huge museum.

With her art series creatively called “OMG who stole my ads?,” Lavie replaced the usual advertisements with classical paintings. She used the cities of Milan and Paris, both cities known for their architecture and history. She photographed some choice streets and then digitally adding classic artwork, so unfortunately the streets of these beautiful cities have not been actually filled with classical art.

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