“As If Nothing Happened,” by Alper Yesiltas

Alper Yesiltas, an Istanbul-based lawyer and photographer, created a photography series titled “As If Nothing Happened,” which features eerily realistic portraits of long gone celebrities in their golden years. To make the images as real looking as possible, Yesiltas incorporated various photo editing programs such as Adobe Lightroom and VSCO, as well as the AI photo-enhancing software Remini.

“The hardest part of the creative process for me is making the image feel ‘real’ to me,” Yesiltas wrote about his passion project. “The moment I like the most is when I think the image in front of me looks as if it was taken by a photographer.”

(via @boredpanda)

Metallic Bird Sculptures, by Jeremy Mayer

 

 

Jeremy Mayer challenges the notion that typewriters’ creative output is confined to the written word. The artist scours shops and trash bins near his Bay Area studio for analog processors in disrepair that he then disassembles, sorts, and reconstructs into metallic sculptures.

(via @thisiscolossal)

Historical Figures with AI, by Hidrėlėy Diao

Take a look at Hidrėlėy Diao’s Instagram to see all their contributions to Bored Panda. The three posts about Historical Figures made with AI can be found here, here, and here.

Side-note: Is it just me, or is everyone more beautiful in AI? Those Roman Emperors and Godesses…wow!

Who Designed It, by Emanuele Abrate

Italian graphic designer Emanuele Abrate has come up with an interesting project titled ‘Who Designed it?’, in which he substitutes wordmarks of famous logos with the names of the designers and agencies who created them.