Here's the second installment of Emoji Nation by Ukrainian artist, Nastya Nudnik. As a tribute to Edward Hopper, Nudnik pairs ubiquitous Emoji and social media icons with Hopper's famous paintings. The result is quite amusing.
Edward Hopper, Automat, Oil on canvas, 28 in × Des Moines Art Center. This week a reader sent me a copy of "How to Feel Miserable As An Artist." This marvelous list was created by illustrator Keri Smith and
Edward Hopper - Chop Suey - 1929 - The Barney A. Ebsworth Collection (Private) Hopper's flirtation with abstraction, doppelgangers and urban isolation, Chop Suey ( Edward Hopper's 'Chop Suey' - A Curatorial Analysis )