What happens when you mix 1D and The Scream?

This!

Edvard Munch's The Scream, reimagined by Paul Karslake for O2

Edvard Munch’s The Scream, reimagined by Paul Karslake for O2

Yes, it turns out Edvard Munch’s famous screaming man was actually dealing really badly with 1D and Zayn Malik parting ways. And as for what happens if you go beyond the edges of American Gothic’s famous canvas – well, it turns out they’re in a theme park.

American Gothic by Grant Wood, reimagined by Pure Evil for O2

American Gothic by Grant Wood, reimagined by Pure Evil for O2

We’ve been imagining what some famous masterpiece artworks look like if you go beyond the edge of the canvas, just like the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge (out now! Click here to get yours!) lets you go beyond the traditional edge of a phone’s screen. We asked graffiti legend Pure Evil and fine art maestro Paul Karslake to recreate famous artworks and show us what’s happening on the edge of each.

It turns out there’s amazing, brilliant, wonderful things happening out there. Here’s Pure Evil creating his version of American Gothic and telling us about what he does:

Meanwhile, here’s what Vincent van Gogh’s famous Self Portrait would look like nowadays…

Self Portrait by Vincent van Gogh, reimagined by Pure Evil for O2

Self Portrait by Vincent van Gogh, reimagined by Pure Evil for O2

More like a selfie portrait, we think.

As for the Girl with the Pearl Earring – she’s actually on a bus with another very famous passenger…

Girl with a Pearl Earring by Jan Vermeer, reimagined by Paul Karslake for O2

Girl with a Pearl Earring by Jan Vermeer, reimagined by Paul Karslake for O2

And the Son of Man? Yeah, he was stood next to an apple juggling boy all along.

Son of Man by Rene Magritte, reimagined by Paul Karslake for O2

Son of Man by Rene Magritte, reimagined by Paul Karslake for O2

Don’t you just hate paintingbombers? Except maybe for Benedict Cumberbatch. He can paintingbomb us any time.