Have you ever wanted to be The Girl With The Pearl Earring?
Well thanks to a Canadian artist, many people were able to follow in Scarlett Johansson's footsteps and remake the classic painting by 17th Century Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer.
Jeff Hamada, an artist from Vancouver, has been running a competition named Remake on his website 'Booooooom'.
Likeness: A woman, left, recreates Johannes Vermeer's classic the Girl With A Pearl Earring. It is an entry into Jeff Hamada's competition which allows classic paintings to be recreating by people
Similar: On the left is a new take of Portrait Of A Man by Jan van Eyck, right
It allows classic paintings to be skillfully created by every day people.
Each recreation is a real life re-staging of a scene captured in paint - but often with a modern twist involved to reflect the changing world.
Mr Hamada said: 'The idea of the project is to remake a famous work of art using photography.
'I thought I would run a competition to see what the public could come up with.
New and old: A girl has entered artist Jeff Hamada's competition by creating a modern remake of the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
Disturbing: Edvard Munch's classic The Scream, right, is given a new look in this image on the left
'Now I don't have £10,000 to put up as prize money but I was able to get a copy of the entire Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Master Collection for the winner.'
Entrants were asked to re-stage a famous painting and submit their work to his website - with the winner gaining a prize.
In one amazing recreation, The Whistler's Mother is a stunning replica of the original artwork by James McNeill Whistler.
Another incredible creation showed a Van Gogh lookalike in matching green blazer and buttoned up shirt, with slicked back ginger hair - perfectly mimicking the famous artist.
Fresh look: A woman, left, gives an interesting take on Portrait of the Journalist by Otto Dix featuring Sylvia von Harden
Almost identical: The Whistler's Mother by James McNeill Whistler, right, is remade on the left