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These roommates gained a huge following recreating famous paintings with household items.

These roommates gained a huge following recreating famous paintings with household items.

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Being stuck inside doesn't mean we all have to turn into binge-watching, snack hoarding puddles of panic (but that's ok too).

Some people have taken their time in quarantine to another level--creating dance videos, writing music, or hosting virtual parties, happy hours, classes, and workout sessions. People are tagging friends in push-up challenges, everyone is re-organizing their closets, and true colors are showing between couples, families, and neighbors.

With all of the stress and uncertainty in the world, most of us could use a laugh. While Getty museum challenged the internet to recreate their favorite artwork, a group of roommates in Connecticut have taken this challenge to another level. With an instagram account called, "Covid Classics" that already has amassed a 40,000 person following, they are definitely not bored in this lockdown. Describing themselves as: "4 roommates who love art... and are indefinitely quarantined. No filters, no edits, just us and the stuff in our house," the group has impressed art fans everywhere.

They told Buzzfeed, "We all love a creative challenge, so we decided to try to recreate the painting using just stuff we had lying around. It was so much fun that we did a few more, and we created the Instagram page so our friends and families could follow along." Keep up the great work!

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