Imagine if Marilyn Monroe was at her height of fame today, or if Audrey Hepburn was the It girl of our time.
Well, designers from around the world have done exactly that, by finding high-resolution images of modern brand campaigns and photoshopping some of our favourite lost icons into the picture.
Icons from the past, re-imagined in current day advertising have been uploaded to the DesignCrowd.com.au online community.
Entries show lost pop icons endorsing famous products used today.
All DesignCrowd images can be viewed here. But check out some of B&T‘s favourites above.
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