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FaceApp changes old world art models from stoic to stoked

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It’s such an obvious idea, but it took a professional artist to think of it: use the FaceApp to give old world art portraits the smiles they deserve. 

UK-based designer Olly Gibbs decided to take the app to the museum and apply its effects to classic paintings and sculptures and the results are sometimes hilarious and other times just a bit creepy. 

Went to a museum armed with Face App to brighten up a lot of the sombre looks on the paintings and sculptures. The results..pic.twitter.com/N0zYGAFgKW

— Olly Gibbs (@ollyog) May 11, 2017 Read more…

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