10 Brilliant AI-generated Arts That Imagine What These Celebrities Would Look Like If They’re Still Alive Today
Artificial intelligence has been a powerful and practical tool in our daily lives, and is evolving at an exponential rate in recent years. With a few simple prompts, the AI apps can give you some of the most detailed pictures ever in mere seconds, compared to real-life artists who must spend hours to finish a product. Internet users can utilize AI to create countless things, and portraying celebrities to their imagination is one of them.
In the celebrity world, there were so many talented and popular stars who had major influences at their time, but unfortunately, due to various reasons, they didn’t get to live long enough to see themselves getting old with their friends and family. Redditor u/bittycoin, with a bit of help from the AI app Midjourney, has successfully reimagined these famous but short-lived celebrities, such as Elvis Presley or Marilyn Monroe, into their 2023 self, and the result is quite fascinating.
#1. The King of Rock n' Roll Elvis Presley would be 88 years old by now, but still retains his sharp looks.
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#2. Bob Marley still rocks his iconic locks even at age 78.
#3. Chris Farley, at 59, still has that comical look and beautiful smile.
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#4. Marilyn Monroe still got that charm from her prime at age 97.
#5. John Belushi would have been 74 years old by now.
#6. Tupac was a talented artist of his generation, but he unfortunately got assassinated in his 20s. Here's what he would look like in 2023.
#7. Biggie Smalls still has that swagger vibe at 51 years of age.
#8. Kurt Cobain would have been 56 by now. Older face, but same hairstyle.
#9. Jim Morrison would have been 79 by now. His beautiful wavy hair has turn gray, but the charm is still there.
#10. If not for the tragic accident, Princess Diana would have been 62 years old by now, and would've turned into a fine lady.
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