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Climate crisis paintings by famous artists using AI

The climate crisis is the greatest threat of our generation.

Political leaders came together for the COP26 summit earlier in November to accelerate action towards fighting Climate Change. Activists are vandalising art to raise awareness that protecting life is more important than protecting art.

With this in mind, we decided to use the medium of art to raise awareness of the climate emergency. We used AI to show how iconic artists from history might depict the climate crisis if they were living today.  

Featuring Van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol and many more, we hope these AI-created paintings inspire you to protect our planet.  

Claude Monet: Toxic power plants


Roy Lichtenstein: Destruction of coral reefs


Pablo Picasso: Meat production and cruelty


L.S. Lowry: Over-population


Salvador Dali: Deforestation


Andy Warhol: Greta Thunberg – Climate activism


Van Gogh: Melting ice caps


Hokusai: Flooding


Frida Kahlo: Plastic pollution


Rembrandt: Burning forests


Yayoi Kusama: Factory farming

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Gareth Evans

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A passion for sharing the cool, interesting and entertaining art news from around the world. Gareth has created stories about art which have been featured in The Art Newspaper, ArtDaily, The Telegraph and Lonely Planet.
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