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(Pocket-lint) Selfie art has become as popular as any traditional photograph, but it is still an unreal art form. At least it wasn’t until a clever person decided to reimagine the art of classic portraiture from the perspective of a selfie.
Danish designer Olivia Moss had a clever idea to make photos look like selfies. By holding her camera in front of pictures at the National Gallery of Denmark, she has created her own art form at the Selfie Museum.
The art form has since taken on other people imitating her style in galleries around the world. You must love how simple and effective this selfie-taking method is.
Anyone can send selfies via direct email or through the hashtag #museumofselfies on Instagram. A separate camera is required to photograph the phone, and with the wrist at the right angle, some may be easier with a friend’s help.
We’ve put together all the great shots taken so far in a gallery so you can browse through them to find your favorite photos. Let us know if you come out to present some of your own. It will also be interesting to see if anyone has any problem with places where photography is not allowed.
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Charles Fitzroy, 2nd Duke of Grafton
This is a painting of Charles Fitzroy, 2nd Duke of Grafton taken on canvas by Sir Godfrey Kneller around 1703.
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The original painting sure makes the Duke look like a bit of a poser, so the perfect subject for these self-illusions.
Unaffected by the latest
We’re not sure who this person is, but she seems really unaffected by everything she sees on her phone. Maybe the lighting is not suitable for her selfie.
Sitting old man – Pablo Picasso
Even slightly bare panels are not safe from smartphone selfie processing. The hand may not match, but we still forgive it for the interesting perspective that Picasso’s work gives.
Boy means work
Here we see a young man in full military apparently trying to look serious while also taking a selfie. Which seems perfectly appropriate.
Is this blasphemy?
Here we see a more religious view of the mother and child taking a selfie. Quite standard in the modern era but something that wasn’t even thought of when crafting the board.
Gerard Andres Becker
Normally the painting’s perspective makes it look like he’s starting into the viewer, but now it looks like he’s staring at his phone instead.
This is a painting from Venetian painter, Giovanni BelliniIt was said to have been made by Tisian around 1511.
We love it because the artist seems to be staring sadly into the distance, perhaps daydreaming about better times while also taking a selfie on an old iPhone.
Royal profile picture right
There’s just something cool about seeing these vintage drawings hilariously bestowed with the simple addition of a smartphone in the frame.
Felix Blatter was a Swiss physician best known for his work in psychiatric classification. An important man whose portrait here was taken on canvas in 1584.
Felix Blatter sure deserves a famous selfie, but this one definitely doesn’t show off his gorgeous pants.
Figurines get selfies too
It’s not just the paintings that got the selfie treatment. Statues have it too.
This guy who looks like Neptune seems to be holding the phone in a fantastically dramatic fashion.
What do they think?
Seeing these images, we wonder what the original artist would have thought to see his work treated in this way.
Hundreds of years have passed since it was originally made. Now they are just a funny online moment.
High quality selfies
It’s not just men getting treatment at the Selfie Museum. These high class women also come forward for a photo shoot.
John Roll Walter
John Roll Walter was a minister in Parliament in the 18th century. A man who apparently had great taste in phone cases.
Katharina Hagel was the wife of Roger Le Witter, a wealthy merchant from Antwerp. Here she is seen adorned with her expensive jewelry and luxurious backdrop too. The perfect background for any selfie.
Alexander von Humboldt
Here we see Alexander von Humboldt, a multifaceted thinker and scientist, geographer, naturalist, explorer, and much more.
This man lived an important life and traveled the world as part of the Spanish-American Expedition. So it’s no wonder he’s so serious and stressful.
distract from life
The thing we love about these pictures is that they can easily be pictures of people in the real world. They stare at their phones, getting distracted from their boring daily lives.
Evil is in the details
This might be one of our favorites, just for the little touches that include a glow from the smartphone on the face of the lady in the photo.
Does this lady have a huge head or does she have a really small phone? We can’t decide, but we found it amazing.
Jesus does it differently
No one is safe from selfies. Even Jesus Christ himself took the time to take a picture.
Jesus looks a little different even though he looks like he’s a formal bathroom mirror selfie.
Looking at Medusa was supposed to be bad for you, so maybe seeing herself in the back camera was a bad thing.
Scrito da Luke Edwards and Adrian Wellings.
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