12 Famous Artworks That Tweet

09/01/2011 1:06 PM |

A few weeks ago Paddy started a conversation (on Twitter and elsewhere) over the merit of social media art, especially that which uses Twitter. But some old media artworks (ie. paintings, sculptures, murals) also use Twitter. Here are some of the best famous artworks that tweet.

Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” (1893): @MunchsTheScream

@MunchsTheScream
  • @MunchsTheScream

Damien Hirst’s “The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living” (1992): @Hirst_Shark

@Hirst_Shark
  • @Hirst_Shark

Keith Haring Mural at Boys Club of New York, 135 Pitt Street (1987): @HaringWall

@HaringWall
  • @HaringWall

Anish Kapoor’s “Cloud Gate” (2004-06): @Cloud_Gate

@Cloud_Gate
  • @Cloud_Gate

Arturo Di Modica’s “Charging Bull” (1987): @TheWallStBull

@TheWallStBull
  • @TheWallStBull

Ai Weiwei’s “Zodiac Heads/Circle of Animals” (2010): @zodiacheads

@zodiacheads
  • @zodiacheads

Leonardo da Vinvi’s “La Joconde” (1503—1519): @MonaLisaSpeaks

@MonaLisaSpeaks
  • @MonaLisaSpeaks

Urs Fischer’s “Untitled (Lamp/Bear)“: @52ndStBear

@52ndStBear
  • @52ndStBear

Niki de Saint Phalle’s “The bird of fire on the arch” (1991): @FirebirdCLT

@FirebirdCLT
  • @FirebirdCLT

Rob Pruitt’s “The Andy Monument” (2011): @WarholStatue

@WarholStatue
  • @WarholStatue

Vincent van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” (1889): @goghstarrynight

@goghstarrynight
  • @goghstarrynight

Richard Serra’s “Twain” (1981): @TwainSTL

@TwainSTL
  • @TwainSTL