True Friends fans would recognize a photo of Chandler and Joey's Greenwich Village bachelor pad immediately, just as Seinfeld addicts would a photo of Jerry's Upper West Side apartment. But would you recognize these famous TV sets in painting form?
In a series called "Some Places Where I've Lived," artist Babak Ganjei recreated a number of these classic '90s sitcom scenes. Each painting represents a popular show's iconic living room, which he was inspired to paint by his lack of personal space in his London home.
"My son is still having to a room with me, and so this series of paintings became quite a nice, soothing way of reclaiming some of the spaces I've lived in while growing up," Ganjei told It's Nice That. "I grew up with television as company and in some way it may have blurred the lines between reality and fiction."
Scroll down to see the pieces from Ganjei's series, and see if you can guess the shows the spaces belong to. We're willing to bet that, even with the addition of brighter colors and the subtraction of the characters' familiar faces, you'll recognize at least a few rooms from your favorite '90s shows.
Answers, in order from top to bottom: Seinfeld, Only Fools and Horses, The Simpsons, Father Ted, Frasier, Friends, Wayne's World, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air