We often forget in this modern age about how different things were before us. People could only know what someone looked like by artist’s subjective vision or a grainy black-and-white photo. Despite the works of the artists, paintings can rarely reach the level of realism that pictures can. And thus, people often think about how some of the most famous historical figures really looked with all of the subjectiveness removed from the picture. Bas Uterwijk, a photographer from Amsterdam who has a history in computer graphics, 3D animation, and special effects, gradually but perfectly tries to give the answer to this age-old question.