Picasso, Warhol, and Robot

Warhol once said he wanted to paint like a robot. Painting robots now make his wish possible. This piece is a robot’s interpretation of a Picasso as may have been executed by Warhol.


Warhol Picasso and Robot (58"x18")

Big claim of course, and probably not true. Well the part where it was painted by my robot is true.

I took an image of Picasso’s “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon” and fed it into my robots algorithms. It then came up with the painting you see above. Cool thing about when my robot paints though is that it then is able to repaint the image in a similar manner. This was done to make the three canvas triptych. If you look at each image, you will see slight differences. It is sort of a print, but unique. A close up of one of the three canvases can be seen below.

Like all my work with the robot, this is for sale to support further robotic art development. You can also click here to see other robot generated paintings.