They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Artist Stan Herd has taken imitation to another level and the result is definitely impressive. The man uses fields as his canvas for both original compositions and interpretations of historical art. The clip bellows shows his latest work, a monumental 1.2-acre interpretation of Van Gogh’s 1889 Painting called “Olive Trees”. The resemblance is uncanny. Take a look at the video below to find out how it was all possible and find out more about the process that led to this amazing result. You won’t believe how complex the process actually is.

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