pop-up window art

Based in Kiev, Ukraine, Nastya Nudnik has inserted pop-up windows and social media icons into classical paintings.
Cheeky and humorous, this series imagines the thoughts of the figures in each painting—that is, if they used social media to express themselves. One funny example shows that “God” has had too many Facebook friend requests, and another “denies” souls accessing heaven after they have died.
Titled ‘Emoji Nation’, these artworks have been altered to reflect how people behave in today’s digital age. Scroll down to view these amusing mash-ups.




The Virgin in Prayer





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