Travel Machine for Artists



Exploring the Work of Artists who
Transcend Time and Space

Throughout history, we have been blessed with incredible artists who have left an indelible mark on their times. These visionaries have not only shaped their own era, but have also inspired and moved countless generations that followed. If there were a time machine in this world that could bring these artists to the present, what interesting collisions would occur? Luckily, we have a time machine that has brought several beloved artists to our side. Let's see what they have to say about the modern world.

Choice of artist

Different artists have different stories

Vincent van Gogh

The Time Travel of Impressionist Painters

Vincent's Odyssey

Avid World traveler

Vincent's time traveling adventure takes him on a journey of wonder and amazement, allowing him to witness the incredible feats of modern architecture firsthand.  He uses his unique perspective and style to capture the beauty of these buildings and immortalize them in his paintings, reminding us of the wonder and beauty of the world around us.


Taj Mahal

Van Gogh goes to India in 2023 and stays at the Taj Mahal. He is captivated by its beauty and decides to create art there. He finds a quiet spot in the gardens, observes the building and scenery, and paints them with his brush.


Burj Khalifa

He went to the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world.  The towering building stunned him, and he stopped to observe its unique atmosphere and ambiance.  The building's form, lines, and colors deeply attracted him.

He painted until sunset, when the building became even more beautiful and spectacular in the glow of the setting sun.  He felt the charm and allure of this building deeply, and it also filled his work with this charm and allure.

Old Meets New

Sydney Opera House

Vincent Van Gogh pondered the art of different eras and wondered how he would express his artistic views in the present day. He was fascinated by the diversity and avant-garde nature of modern art. He spent a long time in front of the opera house, lost in thought until nightfall.