Artificial intelligence meets Renaissance art
Filipponassetti is a series AI-generated artwork Integrate the spacecraft into the work of the most prominent artists in art history, such as Hieronymus Bosch, Canaletto and Caravaggio.Italian architects and generative designers experiment with a modern form of Midjourney artificial intelligence We need instructions to create the original image and imagination. Nassetti tests the range of new software skills by encouraging paintings in the style of famous figurative artists, including spaceships. Through training in a very large database of historical artwork and images, Midjourney learns the visual language of several historical painters and creates original content that mimics it.
All images created by Filippo Nassetti using Midjourney
FILIPPON ASSETTI produces art through text
The results of Nassetti’s experiments are a collection of almost science-fiction-like interpretations of the world drawn by famous artists. Their unique styles and techniques are well emulated by AI software, and the visual language and mood of the original painting is convincingly reproduced and transferred to create a spaceship. Objects look completely different from scenarios and landscapes in context, but they are stylistically harmonious...
The shape and materials of the spacecraft vary from artist to artist. ‘They are not simply drawn in the style of these artists, they are designed that way’, I will explain Architects and generative designers.. Among the collection of images is Canaletto, a very detailed ship flying over a foggy Venetian lagoon, a dark and dramatic Goya with people in a light aircraft, and a dismantled Futurist. There is Boccioni, a turner blurry in a raging sky full of objects. Piranage drawings with elevations and cross sections.
MID JOURNEY takes on the role of artist
“Beyond this collection of images, I think this is probably a very powerful tool for concept design.” It reflects Nassetti. ‘It opens up a very new territory for the quest for art and design, challenging many existing ideas such as the concept of authority and copyright, the relationship between concept and development, and the role of technology. I decided to create these images to discuss ongoing changes and new horizons.