As it turns out, some people can do a LOT with just a few household items (and time stuck inside), because they really delivered.
Take, for example, this uncanny recreation of Joseph Ducreux's self-portrait, using a jacket and a towel.
Or this modern-day retelling of a Jean-Siméon Chardin still life.
And this creative take on Jacopo Pontormo's "Portrait of a Halberdier."
With some of us weeks into mandated social distancing at this point, it's heartening to know the time spent indoors has inspired people to be creative. Surely recreating-art-from-household-items is the latest stage in self-isolation?
This article originally appeared on InStyle US.