Edvard Munch was a Norwegian expressionist painter, best known for his masterpiece The Scream. Now digital creatives can get a taste of his genius with seven specially created Photoshop brushes based on Munch’s own paintbrushes.
The project, part of the Hidden Treasures of Creativity (opens in new tab) initiative, saw Adobe collaborating with The Munch Museum in Oslo and award-winning Photoshop brush maker Kyle T Webster to bring Munch’s original, century-old brushes to a completely new generation of creatives. Creative Cloud (opens in new tab) users can download them for free here (opens in new tab).
To give you a taste of what you can create, Adobe has also put together a series of video masterclasses to help you hone your expert brush skills. Take a look at the first one below.
Watch the rest on the Adobe Creative Cloud YouTube channel (opens in new tab) or join in with Adobe’s livestreaming event – part of its Adobelive (opens in new tab) series – to paint along with Photoshop professionals. There will be sessions taking place daily on 20, 21 and 22 June at 3pm (BST), and you can sign up here (opens in new tab).