We Tried Google Arts and Culture’s New Face-match Filter, Here’s Who We Matched With

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Google’s Arts and Culture app is nothing new, yet recently went viral after the release of their new face-matching filter. This new filter is not just your typical face-match, its one that matches you with a face from Google Arts and Culture’s vast collections of art. You may look like …

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Google’s Arts and Culture app is nothing new, yet recently went viral after the release of their new face-matching filter. This new filter is not just your typical face-match, its one that matches you with a face from Google Arts and Culture’s vast collections of art. You may look like Leonardo DaVinci’s Mona Lisa or find a new artist to admire.

How knows who you may look like? So why not give it a try?

Over here at Alfalfa Studio, we decided to give it a try for ourselves. We are huge fans of Google’s initiative to make learning more about the world’s ever expansive collection of art and culture more accessible than art history was in the past.

I must say, it took a couple of attempts to get a match. At first, we stood out in the frigid cold to hoping that natural light would give us better results. But what we found after trial and error, that smiling makes a significant difference in your final results.

We had so much fun comparing our sensible and ridiculous doppelgängers from Arts and Culture’s boundless collection of artworks. Below are our matches that we enjoyed the most. Have you tried the new app? Send us yours in our comments section below.

Don’t have the app? Download their app to get your match.

Rafael

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Rafael matched with “Jaspar de Charles van Nieuwenhoven” by Sir Anthony van Dyck, 1599/1641

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Chuy

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Chuy matched with “Ma’an” by Ali Al Jabri, 1979

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Celeste

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I matched with “Alma Sewing” by Frances Criss, 1935

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Chengyu

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Chengyu matched with “Portrait of a Lady in Pink” by Fang Junbi, 1926

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Heewon

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Heewon matched with the “Artist’s Daughter Alice” by William Merritt Chase, 1899

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