Angel Timothée Chalamet Reacts To Being Turned Into Literal Works Of Art


Human sunshine Timothée Chalamet hopped on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon the other night to chat about his latest Oscar worthy film Beautiful Boy. 

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In the midst of this interview came the beautiful Instagram account, @chalametinart. 

If you are unfamiliar with this Instagram account, behold a stunning visual summary:

(The Insta account humbly describes itself as “badly photoshopped timmy” but it is clearly far from it.)

Yes, this talented yet mysterious account holder photoshops Chalamet’s face into classic works of art.

The Instagram, which came to be back in July, now has about 62,000 followers.

Anywhoo, when Fallon decided to ask Chalamet about the Instagram the 22-year-old responded as you would expect him to – with sweetness.

As Fallon brought out the above example and another of the angel’s face expertly photoshopped onto a statue, Chalamet replied, “That is so weird.” 

And look, fair – but it’s also fantastic.

“It’s cool and I’m grateful to whoever’s doing that – thank you.” 

Much alike the rest of us Chalamet “can’t do photoshop for shhhhhh-” He didn’t want to swear on TV – ANGEL.

Please watch the full video below for his physical reaction because words do not do them justice.


Beautiful Boy is based on the memoir of the same name by David Sheff, played by Steve Carell. 

Chalamet plays David’s son Nic, a former varsity athlete and honours student, who becomes addicted to methamphetamine.

David loves his son more than anything but is unsure of how to approach or respond to addiction. Advice given was either too much or not enough. As the memoir progresses, the effects of the disease on the Sheff family show how heartbreaking and destructive addiction can be.

Beautiful Boy will premiere at the Adelaide Film Festival on October 16. 

Watch the trailer below.

If you are seeking information or support for addiction, please contact the National Alcohol and Other Drugs hotline on 1800 250 015. 

You can also contact Lifeline on 13 11 14.