alice in wonderland neural net wavesVimeo/Gene KoganWhat if Hokusai animated "Alice in Wonderland"?

As if "Alice in Wonderland" wasn't trippy enough, with its magical mushrooms and hookah-smoking caterpillar, there's now a video floating around Twitter that remixes one of the movie's most iconic scenes with famous works of art.

Artist and programmer Gene Kogan uses a technique called "style transfer," to apply characteristics from paintings by Pablo Picasso, Frida Kahlo, Georgie O'Keeffee, Vincent van Gogh, and others onto "Alice in Wonderland" images.

Basically, a computer-learning model called a neural network learns everything it can about the colors, shapes, and textures of an input image. When a new image gets passed through the neural network, it adopts the defining characteristics of the first image.

The results are stunning. Check out some of our favorite images below.

View As: One Page Slides