Mysterious "Time Traveler" Captures Hilarious Selfies With Historical Figures and Moments

Are you a history buff who has been wishing to meet your favorite historical figures? Well, get ready to be amazed by Stelfie - the time traveler who has taken that dream to a whole new level! Stelfie is not your average time traveler, and in fact, he's not even a real person. But that doesn't stop him from building a time machine powered by AI and Photoshop, transporting himself to different historical periods, and taking selfies with some of the most iconic personalities and scenes from different centuries.
According to Stelfie's creator, "I've always been a huge fan of 'Back to the Future', and when I had the chance to 'build' a time machine myself, I wanted to celebrate by having a lot of fun. Stelfie is all about that - a funny guy who takes life with an ironic approach, a lucky traveler escaping from normal life to a dimension where everything is possible."
Join Stelfie on his journey through time as he takes selfies with historical figures like Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso. We're sure these images will leave you giggling and wondering what other crazy adventures Stelfie will get up to next.
So sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride as Stelfie takes you on an epic journey through history - one selfie at a time!
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"I'm Stelfie, a 41-year-old guy. Thanks to modern technology I time travel and take stelfies"

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"This is my remote control, powered by Solar energy. It displays solar strength, battery status, time-warp density and so on"

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#1. Einstein, 1941."I crashed into Einstein's office to teach him the iconic tongue pose. He will need it 10 years the future."

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We were curious to learn more about Stelfie and his time-traveling adventures, so we reached out to his creator. According to him, Stelfie was first developed in October of last year, and his official debut was on December 6th, 2022. While the artist didn't have a set plan for where Stelfie would go, he spent time jotting down ideas for each scene and the message he wanted to convey.

#2. This Is Sparta. "We were 301...but I was left out of the story because I like to party."

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When it comes to the process of creating each scene, the artist first sketches out the overall idea using a drawing app called Procreate. He includes details such as the characters, background, and lighting, with a focus on consistency and staying true to the initial concept. From there, he creates a basic draft version using a tool called Stable Diffusion. The artist then moves on to more challenging elements like faces, hair, and animals, working to ensure they're as close to perfect as possible. He adjusts the lighting and saturation to make the scene more realistic and adds motion or tilt blur to create a sense of movement for the selfies.

#3. Origin Of The Meme, Rome 46 Bc. "Yes, Cleopatra may be upset but Julius has most definitely great taste. I can't disclose too many details....yet."

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Stelfie has met and taken selfies with a variety of historical figures, from Picasso to Einstein to Lincoln. When asked if there was anyone he wished Stelfie could meet, the artist shared that each encounter was unique and had its own appeal. "Stelfie changed so many things in the past, and by doing that, the adventures he's traveling to are paradoxically the reason our present looks the way it does."

#4. Mount Rushmore Before The Carving, 1862. "I took President Lincoln to the Mount which will have his face carved on 79 years in the future. He did smile (once)."

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The creator of these selfies has been an artist for nearly two decades, starting with traditional canvas art before transitioning to digital art in recent years. While he hasn't revealed his true identity, he hasn't ruled out the possibility of doing so in the future. Regardless, he's clearly having fun bringing Stelfie's hilarious and imaginative adventures to life.

#5. Artist Gift, 1952. "Well Picasso, you nailed it! Don't make me any offer, I'm not gonna sell it."

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#6. Artist Routine, 1961. "To some degree I can say that my right hand painted a Dalí."

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#7. The Match With Ali, 1963. "It may look like I'm losing but...yes, ok, I'm losing."

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#8. A Gothic Journey, 1930. "Turns out he is upset because I lost the rake. I know, not the best time to ask her out for a date."

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#9. The 13th Labor Of Hercules. "I'm struggling only because we are using the left hand."

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#10. Walking In A Starry Night, 1889. "I just said 'what a nice view for a painting', all credits to Van Gogh."

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#11. Ulysses And The Trojan Horse

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#12. Ice Age Chase. "I know... I had to blur some important and historical data. You'll be happy to know they are safe and sound. Coming back."

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#13. On The Sleigh. "Sometimes...we just have to believe".

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#14. Egypt, 1801 BC. "I made it. I went back to Ancient Egypt, landing was sh*t but...guess how the Pyramids were built?"

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#15. England, 1266. "Apologies. I'm not as beautiful as you are used to see me. Got hit by a barbarian stone."

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#16. "El Dorado" Gate, 1541. "The legendary lost city of gold. Trust me, stop searching for it. History books never told you about the mosquitoes."

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#17. S**t Happens. "Oops. Apologies."

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#18. Rough Encounter, 1703

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#19. Sailing With Vikings, 937 Ad. "I'm pretty confident they have never seen a bald man before. What a view."

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#20. Waterloo, 1815. "I warned him that was a tough battle."

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#21. Darwin, 1872. "I know, I'm looking sharp (ladies stop DM thanks). It's only evolution. One day, it'll be clear what the chimp is holding a white..."

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#22. Columbus Ship, 1492

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#23. Mars, Year 2022. "I colonized Mars with my camping tent so Elon Musk doesn't have to."

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#24. With Leonardo Da Vinci. "Did you notice that the version of the Mona Lisa you have in your present has something familiar?"

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#25. A Lucky Landing. "Do not f**king make a sound. Thanks"

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#26.Nikola Tesla's Report, 1887

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#27.Charlie Chaplin, 1925

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