Meme Art - What Exactly is Meme Art?

    Meme art has come become part of pop culture to politics, memes bubble upward throughout our Facebook feeds, initially roasting a tone-deaf Pepsi advertisement and then manifesting as hand-scrawled signals at anti-Trump rallies.

    From the post-internet Earth, nothing escapes the meme's comic glimpse, and the shape is being considered an artistic medium for this particular internet moment. High-art purists eschew the debate, but the social influence of modern meme civilization has roots deep in the pre-digital art-historical canon.

Meme Art is a New Form of Art

    In the same way, memes offer you an extremely interactive and accessible platform of manufacturing that's ripe for battle and dissent, with controversy and disagreements just fuelling the flame of an effective meme really going viral. Additional memes burn and crash.

    The latest and greatest spin off in the meme art world has been the viral Bernie Sander glove photo. Shortly after the photo went viral, there was a great deal of artists implementing the meme into their art. Below you'll find our favourites from the viral photo. 

Meme Art
 They don't know how good they coulda had it - by Mauro C Martinez
Art Meme

Girl with Balloon - Banksy (reworked) - by: Unknown  

What is classified as Meme Art? 

    This is a difficult one to answer, because meme art has evolved to such a vast sector. Art evolves using its moderate, and has continued to do this from the online age. Where formerly an artist's materials were frequently restricted to acrylic paints and graphite, the electronic age has resulted in a more versatile moderate.

    Famous names such as Vincent van Gogh, for example, never gained recognition before post-mortem. It is regarded as a tool which defines classical illustrations, like Renaissance or neoclassic artwork, in addition to contemporary examples such as Dada or pop artwork.

    In this aspect, memes actually function as a generational manifestation of artwork. The modern day art market is much different, various forms of art are viewed as commodities today. 

    Many who would opt to assault memes cite just those created without passion or effort. Consider the number of Renaissance artists or paintings you are conscious of. For every single painting or artist made, you will find infinite other people whose functions and namesakes are forgotten. Each art-form includes artists who don't be noticed, but this doesn't reduce the effects of the artist the art-form.

Are Memes considered Art

    I do feel like there's a difference between memes and meme art. Considering the digital world we live in today, art has evolved into various digital forms. Another upcoming form of digital art you should know about is NFT Art, the NFT (Non-Fungible Token) Art industry has grown 3x the past 2 years. 

Artist Meme

 Cafe Terrace at Night - Vincent Van Gogh (reworked) - by: Unknown 

Our favourite Meme Artists 

    There's quite a few to choose from, but if we had to choose one meme artist as a favourite. We'd have to go with Sir Joan Cornella, not only is he established in the art market.

    His simple/plain branding, dark humour and relatable content has made him a phenomenon in the art world. Here's a few of our favourites from his large collection of makes. 

Meme Art Joan Cornella

 Untitled - by Sir Joan Cornella 

Joan Cornella Meme Art
Untitled - by Sir Joan Cornella 

Links for Sir Joan Cornella 

Bernie Sanders Meme Guides Meme Art Sir Joan Cornella

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