A new feature of the Google Arts & Culture app promises to match users’ selfies with similar faces in artworks, though the algorithm’s questionable pairings are often just as interesting as its uncanny matches.
On the website of Quebec’s Musée de la Civilisation, facial recognition software will match your visage with a 2,000-year-old work of art.
Calling all bearded redheads: Canadian artist and author Douglas Coupland is searching for Vincent van Gogh’s closest lookalike.
Salvador Dalí was named after his brother, who died in infancy, before Dalí was born.
ABC News has convinced Max Galuppo of Bloomsbury, NJ, who was propelled into the public spotlight when Reddit users couldn’t believe how much he looked like “Portrait of a Nobleman with Duelling Gauntlet” (1562) by an anonymous artist at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, to dress up like the 16th C. Italian noble and appear on national TV.
On November 11, Max Galuppo, 20, of Bloomsbury, NJ, encountered his doppelganger (aka his double) at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the resemblance is uncanny.