The Pop-Stoned project was born by mistake. We were originally thinking of adapting art classics to the Pop-Art style, but something went wrong.
During the reworking of the originals paintings we playfully created that look for the first time, which then became the main theme of these NFTs, we realized we had something fun in our hands.
You’ll find down below the list of ours NFTs and the original paintings we took inspiration from.
The Look of Beauty. (Nascita di Venere, Sandro Botticelli)
Ears are useless for that kind of thing. (Self-portrait, Vincent Van Gogh)
Screaming won’t do you any good. (Skrik, Edvard munch)
Show us how much stuff you hide under that funny hat. (Meisje met de parel, Jan Vermeer)
Ok, ok! I’m not a horse! (Ritratto di Jeanne Hébuterne di profilo, Amedeo Modigliani)
I assure you I’m not the first. (Judith und Holofernes, Gustav Klimt)
The smile of someone who has just finished. (Gioconda, Leonardo da Vinci)
Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder. (Autorretrato con Collar de Espina, Frida Khalo)
Interests must be shared. (American Gothic, Grant Wood)
Light it up! (Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, Pablo Picasso)