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January 15, 2015 01:20 PM

Forget breaking the InternetKim Kardashian officially is the Internet.

New site Emoji.ink allows users to create works of art using emoji (you know, the little emoticons on your smartphone’s keyboard that ensure texters stay as far from actual verbal communication as possible), and the experiment has gone famously.

Most notably, a portrait of Kim Kardashian has surfaced – but does it stack up to the reality star’s own selfies?

The little emoji clouds provide the perfect contouring, right?

Rapper and artist Yung Jake is behind this piece of Internet history, as well as a few other uncanny recreations.

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