Emoji Art by J.R. Schmidt: Famous Masterpieces Remastered Using Countless Emojis – Design You Trust

Emoji Art by J.R. Schmidt: Famous Masterpieces Remastered Using Countless Emojis


J.R. Schmidt is a skilled motion designer who makes lots of creative things at the Google Creative Lab. Using 3261 Noto Emoji characters as tiles, he created a series of mosaics based on historical paintings and sculptures. A small selection of images and close-ups can be found below.

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