It's been a while since I spoke about Russian-born Glitche App at Digitized Festival this September in Athens. Started as a fun in 2013 the Glitche app reached the top of App Store in a few months, right after celebrities and photographers like Nicola Formichetti (Diesel) or Nick Knight (Showstudio) showed the world a new tool that saves a lot of efforts and money to bring a wow-effect. Basically the app give you an opportunity to become a contemporary artist just by distorting your photos with an awesome set of filters and glitch-hacks. After the release of the second version app rocked with a new features and filters like Emoji-art (I still remember the joy of ASCII-Art Christmas Cards my dad did in later 80ss for me). We didn't wait to long for a clever guy using Glitche App to create epic fan art over famous music covers. So he did it very well and buzz the social web with his artworks available on Twitter @emojiartworks. Find the cover you like or create and share your own Glitch Art using the app now. If you totally missed a thing, there is a second app from Glitche Team (Vladimir Shreyder) aimed to eliminate the sense of selfie by creating anti-selfie - SLMMSK. Go try on both apps! Meanwhile enjoy the selection of Emoji Music Cover Artworks below.