Imagine this: one day, you open Instagram to post a photo of your cat snoozing on an armchair, only to find a crop of dazzling new filters: Picasso, for example; van Gogh; Kandinsky. What if rendering your everyday surroundings in the...Show More Summary
Or an image in any other artist's style.
In 1886 Vincent van Gogh painted one of his most famous self-portraits, Self-Portrait with Grey Felt Hat. Earlier this year Dutch illustrator Wouter Tulp recreated that painting for with Donald Duck as van Gogh for the cover of a Donald Duck comic book. Show More Summary
When you contemplate a beautiful work of art by van Gogh, you sense the genius and creativity behind it. What mind envisions such beauty and is able to capture it on a canvas? Or how about when you read the famous works of Virginia Woolf or Earnest Hemingway. Show More Summary
gogh, un-goghed pic.twitter.com/qR4wEQ11Yl — Kyle McDonald (@kcimc) August 31, 2015 On perhaps something of a whim, Kyle McDonald, a visual artist who works with code, recently attempted to digital remove the style of one of the 19th century’s most iconic painters—Vincent van Gogh. Show More Summary
An artificial intelligence system produced by a team at the University of Tubingen in Germany can take any photograph and render it in the style of artists such as Van Gogh, Edvard Munch, or Paul Cézanne. The program separates image and style and can combine them any way you want. Show More Summary
What if a run-of-the-mill photo could actually employ an algorithm that would make it look like a Van Gogh or a Picasso? A new paper published in the journal Arxiv by researchers from the University of Tubingen in Germany entitled, A Neural Algorithm of Artistic Style, may have a dry scientific name but points to this inspired outcome. Show More Summary
A new algorithm can mimic the style of the greatest artists to make new masterpieces.
During the sessions for his band's new record in the South of France, Yannis Philippakis — singer-songwriter-guitarist of the English quintet Foals — often passed a building on the outskirts of town where in 1889–90 Vincent Van Gogh was hospitalized after slicing off part of his left ear. It was a good place...
On this week’s art crime blotter: thieves boost a bronze Rodin in Copenhagen, man is busted for trying to sell a fake van Gogh, and two works go missing from Slovakia's Andy Warhol museum.
I was at a “back to school” night a few weeks ago for my two oldest sons, now in kindergarten and 3rd grade, and had an interesting revelation. My children attend our local neighborhood APS...
lonequixote: Butterflies and Poppies by Vincent van Gogh (via @lonequixote)
The Starry Night, Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). The more you empathize with the world, the more you feel its joy and pain, but too much can lead to overload. One of my interests is affective empathy, the involuntary desire not only to...Show More Summary
A 56-year-old man, has been arrested under suspicion of trying to sell, for 15 million euros, a fake Van Gogh painting, authorities have reported. The man charged, who has been arrested for suspicion of fraud and whom was offering forged documents, has claimed he was attempting to sell a study for Van Gogh?s painting ?The Harvest?. Show More Summary
Who isn't obsessed with space? Artists and creative types certainly are. Van Gogh painted The Starry Night. Juliet hoped that when Romeo died, someone would “take him and cut him out into stars" so that he could "make the face of heaven so fine that all the world will be in love with night.” Timon... More »
“Police said Friday the suspect wanted 15 million euros ($17 million) for the painting and was offering forged documents purporting to be from the Van Gogh Museum to vouch for the work’s authenticity.”
colin-vian: Van Gogh, Edge of a Wheatfield with Poppies, Spring 1887. Oil on canvas on cardboard, 40 x 32.5 cm.
The Night Cafe is an immersive VR environment that allows you to explore the world of Vincent van Gogh first hand. Take a moment to enjoy his iconic sunflowers in 3 dimensions or walk around the chair he painted in his bedroom to see it from another angle. Step into the vivid colors straight from his palette. YouTube link The Presurfer
Axel Rüger, Director of the Van Gogh Museum: ?We are proud to be associated with a brand that, similarly as in the case of the Van Gogh Museum, is rooted in Amsterdam, but which has a huge, worldwide impact.? With this sponsor contract,...Show More Summary
dappledwithshadow: Vincent van Gogh Sun over Walled Wheat Field 1890 black chalk, pen & ink heightened with opaque white