Artist Alan Miknis referenced the same vintage photo of two children singing to create every single one of his “Middle Americana” portraits, which are funny and creepy (in a good way).

As he recently told Nailed Magazine, “Growing up in a rural, south-Georgia town, and living in San Francisco, both cultures push my work to define a median between necessity and excess. The portraits represent the people behind me in a checkout line, the people who cut me off on the road, and most definitely myself. Middle Americana is my attempt at describing the current image of the merging of those cultures.”  

via Nailed Magazine