Boredom is the engine of process. A new flash mob has started on the Internet and it’s currently trending. Internet users try to recreate famous paintings with objects they have at hand and use everything from packaging materials to their pets.

We at Enlighten are amazed by the imaginations that art lovers possess and have picked out the best works that prove you can create a masterpiece from food or random things that are lying around the house.

1. Jump by Norman Rockwell

Andrey Litvinov / Facebook

“You can see a jumping girl, Arina; the Cornish Rex, Freckle, who is a bit shocked because of all this overwork; a dad in the role of a gymnastic horse; and a mom, who knows how to get the camera focused as quickly as possible. The apparent ease of this picture hides numerous attempts to take the photo in addition to a lot of laughter, tears, and a bit of hissing.”

2. Portrait of a Woman with a Pearl Necklace by Lorenzo Costa

Euglena Zelenaya / Facebook3. Dancer by Megan Bogonovich

Maria Koneva / Facebook4. Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci

Julia Tabolkina / Facebook

“We had 2 packages of buckwheat, a package of red lentils, 3 packs of barley groats, a box of wild rice, a package of green mung bean, a bag of millet, and some coffee.”

5. Maid Reading in a Library by Edouard John Mentha

Daria Gerasimova / Facebook6. Family Portrait by Anthony Van Dyck

Anna Shutikova / Facebook

“Cast: my husband, me, our son Mark (as a girl), toilet paper, and liquid soap. Our eldest daughter, who is trying to convince the baby to look in the right direction, hides behind the scenes.”

7. The Scream by Edvard Munch

Oksana Borsch / Instagram8. Portrait of a Gentleman by Charles Mellen

Anatoly Krasnopivtsev / Facebook

“I found this ’column’ in our house. I used my clothes, pieces of black fabric, a theatrical wig, and a mustache.”

9. The Swan Princess by Mikhail Vrubel

Maria Tobasco / Facebook

“We used 65 feet of bubble wrap and 16 feet of plastic wrap. And I’m so proud of this crown. I made it from the materials I usually work with, chocolate and caramel. I spent the whole day making it.”

10. A magnificent bird. Portrait of Max Ernst by Leonora Carrington

Maxim Galitsky / Facebook11. The Last Tango by Juarez Machado

<-31">Victoria Savina / Facebook12. Portrait of Henry VIII by Hans Holbein

<-33">Andriy Sharapa / Facebook13. The Sistine Madonna by Raphael

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“1.5 hours of arrangements and the selection of the proper stage props for the sake of taking this one picture”

14. Harvest by Kazimir Malevich

Orlova Nadya / Facebook15. Above the City by Marc Chagall