Why Is A Raven Like A Writing Desk?: Alice In Wonderland Tea Party Scene Edited In The Styles Of Famous Artists

September 23, 2015

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This is a video of the Alice In Wonderland tea party scene edited using code that transfers aspects of a still image to moving pictures. In this case, using famous paintings from 17 different artists to give the scene a real sense of an artist's particular painting. The artists included are, in this order, drumroll please. No? Well at least fire a gun in the air or something, shit:

Pablo Picasso

Georgia O'Keeffe
S.H. Raza
Hokusai
Frida Kahlo
Vincent van Gogh
Tarsila
Saloua Raouda Choucair
Lee Krasner
Sol Lewitt
Wu Guanzhong
Elaine de Kooning
Ibrahim el-Salahi
Minnie Pwerle
Jean-Michel Basquiat
Edvard Munch
Natalia Goncharova

Pretty neat. I wouldn't mind seeing an adult video run through some of these filters. Make those privates look REAL SCARY. Was that a boob? Was that a penis? The hell if I know but I think it had a face.

Keep going for the video, it's worth at least skipping around.

Thanks to Jeffrey S, who was really hoping for a Salvador Dali edit before realizing that would probably break everything.

  • timeiskey

    looks like neural nets again. seems the less identifiable figures there are in the reference painting used the better the outcome

  • Thomas Derbanne

    It is

    It is the same "find an image which agrees with some neurons response" thing as deepdreams or LSDNN (which has a twitch channel!!)

    But this time, the result tries to:
    - have the same response as the original image
    - have the same textures as the painting
    Instead of explicitely modeling textures, they use the response of some of the layers of a network that has already been trained for texture recognition

  • timeiskey

    i dont know exactly how it works and i dont take anyones word for it except my own. but ill look it up and see if i can get a prototype going

  • obriencj

    Poe wrote on both?

  • Geekologie

    okay that is pretty solid

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