The Simpsons, by Princess Prompt

A photographer and graphic designer created a set of mind-blowing AI images of The Simpsons using the very latest text-to-image technology.

“I wanted to test the new features of the latest version of Midjourney,” Princess Prompt explains. “I decided to start with The Simpsons’ characters because I’m a fan and especially because they all have a very defined look with very light colors and accessories that are their own.”

(via PetaPixel)

Map Portraits, by Ed Fairburn

Along the contours of roads, property boundaries, and shorelines, English artist Ed Fairburn draws inspiration for his detailed cross-hatched portraits. As an avid map collector, he is fascinated by the urban landscape and cartographic design. “The more maps I collect, the more I want to create.”

You can find more of Fairburn’s work on his website, and follow updates on Instagram, where he often shares videos of his process.

(via @thisiscolossal)

Reconstructed Roman Emperors, by Haround Binous

Haroun Binous, an artist from Université de Lausanne, Switzerland, is bringing the emperors back to life in a series of hyper-realistic illustrations. Combining facial recognition AI, Photoshop, and historical references, Binous is reviving all the Roman emperors, from Augustus to Valentinian III.

See the rest at BoredPanda.com

Hummingbird Tattoo

Hummingbird Tattoo, for Leah Crocetto

My friend (and karaoke partner) Leah asked if I would draw a hummingbird for her to have tattoo’d on her wrist. I’ve always loved the vibrancy and energy of watercolor tattoos and wanted to give it a try myself.

The hummingbird was sketched from reference photos found online, then painted in watercolor, and retouched in Photoshop.