Both children and adults alike know of the famous 'Barbie' dolls, first launched in 1959. But now you can see them in a different light through the wonderful art of Catherine Théry. Exhibited at a gallery called 'Teodora' in Paris and titled 'Not the ones you think', the art depicts Barbie dolls 'invading' classic paintings such as 'The Last Supper' by Leonardo da Vinci and 'The Scream' by Edvard Munch. The goal of the art is to raise questions about beauty, intelligence and a woman's place in society. You'll notice that the Barbies have replaced where men would usually be in the originals. Take a look!