Where in the world would we be if not for Pinterest and spontaneously stumbling upon surprisingly random and seriously crazy-cool creations? Like this one from my last adventure through the playground. Honestly words truly fail to describe how much I am crushing on Nastya Nudnik's Emoji-Nation series of works. They're utterly exceptional, and much like the piece I wrote about transforming unapproachable and domineering classical sculptures into present day hipsters (refresh your memory here), this is yet another feat of synonymous marvel in successfully combining iconic ancient works of art with technological symbolism of the twenty-first century. It's essentially an "Artwork for dummies", manuel, easily giving viewers a cleverly clear and concise way of interpreting these works. Though personally I hope this remains solely as facetious internet humour and not a sudden movement that sweeps into galleries worldwide, attempting to modernise the experience by adding those "emoji's" alongside the placard detailing the title and artist history. I mean it's definitely a long shot but for me that would just take the fun out of the whole art gallery sojourn.

I decided to separate this post into two since I don't want to inundate your screens with an overload of imagery. I firmly believe these need to be admired properly with ones solely devoted attention. I'm also having quite the trouble in trying to elect just one favorite. Out of the above I do think the first of Edward Hopper's paintings, Sunday, warms my heart most. A pensive man with Instagrams "no new followers" badge looming above is pretty amusing, yet totally relatable since I'm sure most of have felt that way at some point in our social media standings, no? Oh and the Conference At Night with the "I feel lonely" tweet is pretty hilarious alongside the favoriting and re-tweeting motifs of his companions. It also sheds a sad light into our generations way of excessively and publicly expressing needs and emotions, yet somehow despite it all, we are slowly becoming so truly isolated and alone.

-Sxx
 
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Where in the world would we be if not for Pinterest and spontaneously stumbling upon surprisingly random and seriously crazy-cool creations? Like this one from my last adventure through the playground. Honestly words truly fail to describe how much I am crushing on Nastya Nudnik's Emoji-Nation series of works. They're utterly exceptional, and much like the piece I wrote about transforming unapproachable and domineering classical sculptures into present day hipsters (refresh your memory here), this is yet another feat of synonymous marvel in successfully combining iconic ancient works of art with technological symbolism of the twenty-first century. It's essentially an "Artwork for dummies", manuel, easily giving viewers a cleverly clear and concise way of interpreting these works. Though personally I hope this remains solely as facetious internet humour and not a sudden movement that sweeps into galleries worldwide, attempting to modernise the experience by adding those "emoji's" alongside the placard detailing the title and artist history. I mean it's definitely a long shot but for me that would just take the fun out of the whole art gallery sojourn.

I decided to separate this post into two since I don't want to inundate your screens with an overload of imagery. I firmly believe these need to be admired properly with ones solely devoted attention. I'm also having quite the trouble in trying to elect just one favorite. Out of the above I do think the first of Edward Hopper's paintings, Sunday, warms my heart most. A pensive man with Instagrams "no new followers" badge looming above is pretty amusing, yet totally relatable since I'm sure most of have felt that way at some point in our social media standings, no? Oh and the Conference At Night with the "I feel lonely" tweet is pretty hilarious alongside the favoriting and re-tweeting motifs of his companions. It also sheds a sad light into our generations way of excessively and publicly expressing needs and emotions, yet somehow despite it all, we are slowly becoming so truly isolated and alone.

-Sxx
 
via behance

76 comments

  1. Wow--what great reinterpretations of classic art works! "Access denied" is my fave. :) T. http://tickledpinkwoman.blogspot.com

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  2. I love this so much. I wish I could buy these are huge framed prints so I could hang them up. Thanks for sharing this. Let me know if you ever find something like this again floating across the great world web!

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    1. They would definitely add a real "cool" factor framed in any room! Hopefully she'll release some for sale! xx

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  3. so creative. i love seeing how technology is influencing art and the way we define art. LOVE that translate piece, so awesome! pinterest is such a time sink :))

    steph / absolutely-fuzzy.com

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  4. great
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  5. This is so different, i have never seen these artworks, maybe the first one is my favorite, we are in the 2.0 era....that's what technology does even on art.

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  6. Ahahaha this is wonderful! It's always so great to find gems like this from pinterest. I looove the google map one!

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  7. hahaha I love these! Really clever and well done. The google maps one is pretty genius in my opinion!

    Hunni of TIFFANYXOXO.COM

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  8. Great post! This person has has too many request... is one of the best
    x Nina
    http://trendsurvivor.com

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    1. Hahaha yeah, that is pretty hilarious! xx

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  9. Awesome post dear :) lovely paintings
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  10. Such a lovely post :) beautiful art
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  11. That's so cool!! Great job!
    xx
    debsbug.blogspot.com

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  12. Wowwww So running sweetie!
    This is amazing job
    Kisses
    Maggie D

    The Indian Savage diary - Fashion Blog

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  13. Bwahahahaha with all the hard stuff going on in my life right now, I ventured onto your blog and had such a fabulous giggle at this work!!!! Hilarious. Truly freaking hilarious.

    Gosh it really IS hard to choose your favorite - they are all so clever and humorous.. although I think I had the biggest giggle at Too Many Friend Requests... too funny.

    Like you, I found that the first one was also great!

    Thanks Sonia, you really helped to cheer me up with your wonderful comment on my latest (morbid) blog post and your really fun post xxxxxxxx

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    1. Yay! I am so glad I made you smile Jade and hope your luck has turned round xx

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  14. This is a unique post I will have to choose the first one for some reason it has a lonely meaning.
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  15. These are genius!!! :D

    xx
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  16. Amazing artworks.... great job!!!!!
    My fav is the second: "access is denied...."!!!!!
    Ciao bellissima!
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  17. Lovely Post.... thx for sharing <3

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  18. I love these, such a cool and unique idea! x

    Josie’s Journal

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  19. Amazing artworks!

    Would you like to follow each other ?

    Kisses

    Emily from Pretty Tiny Things

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  20. such a great post! that art is amazing and so clever & deep!

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  21. Loving the juxtaposition but it makes me sad at the same time

    Pixelhazard | Bright Green Laces |

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  22. I loved these, i spent ages studding them, really great way to define art in a modern sense. Its always great hearing your opinion, have a creative week ahead.

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    1. Thank you Sam for your opinion here too, have the loveliest of weeks darling xx

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  23. Nice post<3
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  24. Amazing post!
    kisses
    http://www.milanotime.net

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  25. These artworks really impressed me... They are humoristic and sarcastic at the same time. My favourite is the first too.
    Kisses
    Oriana

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  26. Oh, these are actually cool! Loving the idea!

    xo,
    Sylvia @ WorldTasting

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  27. Amazin gpost, dear!

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  28. These are too amazing!

    xx Cara
    www.carascliche.com

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  29. wow such a nice idea , never saw something like this! really amazing :)
    Kisses Svetlana
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  30. This art looks so nice. I love it! Have an amazing day! :)



    I AM ALSO ON: Instagram @kennydaily, Bloglovin and Facebook



    xoxo;
    What Kenny Hearts a Fashion and DecorBlog

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  31. I think it's funny and I had to chuckle here and there but yeah, high art will always be high art.

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  32. Sonia this was so so funny, and you said you had a blogger block! Keep rocking dear!
    Baci,
    Coco
    Coco et La vie en rose / Bloglovin / Facebook

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    1. Hehehehe! I still do Coco but thank you! xx

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  33. This is really awesome, Sonia! A bit like a "high art for dummies" eh?

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  34. Nice blog. Follow for follow?

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    Follow me, when I see I follow you back.
    When you follow my blog, write me on comment.
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  35. this is so cool! my uncle is an artist and i want to share this with him! i really like the one with the "..." word bubble and the kiss emoji.

    x
    Tiffany / tiffanyeatworld

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  36. These are so much fun, I really enjoyed this post!

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  37. a very interesting interpretation

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  38. Love it ,great Post :))

    kisses

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  39. This is sooo funny and creative! :D
    xoxo

    Novelstyle

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  40. Love these, haha! Happy Tuesday, doll!

    -Ashley
    http://lestylorouge.com

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  41. you have a real talent finding cool interesting things on the net, thanks for sharing loved the last post and this one is quite good too xx
    M

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  42. Hahaha, love this post so much!! My favorite is the firts, "0 followers", it is amazing!
    xoxo
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  43. Hello!
    I love your blog and the way you writes, I noticed you always to give your best, congratulations!
    I'm starting a blog about poetry, books and words, true words, love to have the honor of your visit!
    you can translate my blog to your language,
    I am already a follower,
    Big kisses,

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    1. Thanks Margarid, will check out your blog also xx

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  44. OMG! These images are related to our generation right now. Hmmmppp there's a message behind these works.

    x,
    www.jewelclicks.com

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  45. Hi Sonia! To be honest I didnt know the artist so I soon checked out her works. These ones made me soooo smile and laugh, for me is a great way to interpret art in a moder, realistic and humorous way, is art itself as well. Impossible to picks one fav, have enjoyed them all!:) Kisses Sonia! xo

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  46. Beautiful series of works. This artist is truly very interesting!
    majnira.com

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  47. this project is amazing and too fun!

    http://rueoh.blogspot.it

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  48. Thanks for sharing, definitely first and third are my favorites! Really fantastic!

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  49. Nice post,kisses.
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  50. Wish you an amazing day!
    kisses
    http://www.milanotime.net

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  51. Oh, love it!
    Xx,
    Julie | http://www.juliechagas.com/

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  52. I really do love this kind of post,, this craziest artworks heat me up so quick. Art and creative are my deep down in heart! You go girl!

    http://www.attraction2fashion.com

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    1. Yay, I'm so glad you enjoyed these Tanya xx

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  53. These were such cool and witty art pieces! I love how the history and modern days clash in them! Really cool!

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  54. This is such a fantastic post - I most likely would have never come across these had you not shared them, so thank you! I'm not sure that I have a favourite as they're all so interesting in their own way; what an innovative idea! Have a great weekend :)

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    x

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  55. Just popped in for a Thursday hug!
    Baci,
    Coco
    Coco et La vie en rose / Bloglovin / Facebook

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  56. Amazing post
    Love this wonderful art selection
    Great job
    xoxo
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  57. is really amazing!
    have a nice week end!
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    kiss

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  58. I thought I commented on this before. Apparently it got eaten by Cyber T-Rex again. Or maybe I was too sleepy and clicked the x-button before it got through. Thank you for sharing these inspirational and humorous pieces. I've always loved alternative art. I can't quite decide which is my favourite but I think I would go for Access Denied, Too Many Friend Request and the translation. I think I would steal one of these pictures to share on my Facebook inspirational album.

    I also clicked on your previous post. Love it too! Thanx for sharing all these, Sonia.

    Jo
    Jo's Jumbled Jardinière

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