The original "100 Faces Meme."

What's The '100 Faces' Meme? The Viral Redraw Trend From Twitter / X Explained

A viral art trend is sweeping Twitter / X at the moment. It's a series of redraws called the '100 faces' meme that literally has one hundred faces to draw.

The original artist's content went mega-viral and people want to flex their art skills using the template. It looks like a page out of an animator's textbook. So, where did it come from? Let's explain.


Who Created The '100 Faces' Meme?

The original artist is Twitter / X user @MagicalPouch whose watermark is visible in the meme's top left corner. What's interesting about this trend is that @MagicalPouch posted the image five years ago. For some reason, all these years later, it's still trending.

Like the name suggests, it shows a grid of 100 faces that cover almost every human expression from happiness to diabolical evilness. It's a pleasing image and feels like a poster you'd find on a dorm room wall.

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What's The '100 Faces' Meme Art Trend?

The trend involves adding an OC character to every expression in the grid. It's a fun exercise and falls under the "redraw" meme category.

The 100 faces meme originally gained redraws on DeviantArt in 2020. This year, a new wave of redraws hit X.

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For the full history of the '100 faces' meme, be sure to check out Know Your Meme's entry for even more information.




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