The Art of Emotions

The contemporary art gallery Cantor Fine Art of Los Angeles decided to find a fun and very creative way to honor great names in art around the world: with unique emoji from http://emojiart.info/.

Image result for Art of EmotionsIn a series of posts made in his profile in Instagram, the gallery answered to several requests of its followers and began to give life to emojis inspired by names like Picasso, Pollock, Michelangelo and Warhol.

See some of them in the gallery below:

Emojis of big names in the history of art

“Some people claim Vincent van Gogh lost his ear in a fight with his friend, the French artist Paul Gauguin. Maybe he was another great ally? Mark a friend who would use this emoji! “Stated the profile in one of his posts.

Emoji are already considered the greatest representation of pop culture these days. Disney herself has already promised to turn her characters into emojis , while another artist has decided to bring them into real life . In fact these little faces have come to mark their territory in the history of contemporary art. So homage like this is more than fair.