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Amsterdam Remix : Gallery


Transforming Amsterdam Flag and cityscape in Muse with Artificial Intelligence (AI) under the virtual brushstrokes of grand masters like Van Gogh, Picasso, or Banksy. Traversing over 2000 years of art history in a digital flash, you will navigate from brush to brush, and artificially generating a new, techno-artistic perspective.

The generative AI-powered Art Movement disrupts the old creative process, redefines the role of the artist and the limits of co-creating with a tool. The Artist drives the machine creativity not with his hands but with his words, finding ways to explain to the machine, instructing ("prompting") in english the computer-painter on what and how to do the art piece we want it until being satisfy with the result, considering it as art piece. This repositions foundamentaly the Artist's role in the creation act from the original role of Art production to a new role of Art curation.

Please note: These images were generated using AI and are not original works by the artist.

AI feats. Amsterdam


Deep-Fakes of
the Old Masters,

explaining their Artwork

Painting Masters deep-fakes powered by Artificial Intelligence to help us to discover their essence, their work and style in a immersive way. 

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History of the
Amsterdam Flag

Discovering Amsterdam's Famous Three White Crosses: A Colorful Tale of Heritage and Harmony

Have you ever wandered the charming streets of Amsterdam and noticed the eye-catching flags with three white crosses? They're not just decoration – they're the symbol of this dynamic city, and they have a fascinating story to hear....

First, let's talk about the colors. Red represents energy and passion, while black adds a touch of sophistication. Together, they create a striking contrast that perfectly captures Amsterdam's lively spirit and rich history.

Now, onto the stars of the flag – the three white crosses. These iconic symbols have been a part of Amsterdam's identity for centuries, dating all the way back to the Middle Ages. But what do they stand for?

Well, there are a few different stories. Some say they represent the three main dangers the city faced long ago: floods, fires, and diseases. Others believe they symbolize important virtues like courage, faith, and unity. Whatever the origin, one thing is clear – these crosses are a symbol of Amsterdam's resilience and strength.

But it's not just about history – the three white crosses also bring people together. Whether you're a local or a visitor, seeing those flags flying high gives you a sense of belonging. They remind us that we're all part of the same community, united by our love for this incredible city.

So, the next time you're exploring Amsterdam, keep an eye out for those three white crosses. They're more than just symbols – they're a reminder of Amsterdam's past, present, and future. And who knows? You might just uncover some hidden treasures along the way. 

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