90s Cartoons as School Portraits
Fifty cartoons reimagined as realistic portraits with the help of neural-networks.
Using Artbreeder and Photoshop I’ve created fifty fake school photos. The portraits and clothing are inspired by obscure, split-second references as well as flashbacks / flashforward / dream sequences in 90s cartoons.
All characters are aged as if they were late High School/ University.
Shows from left to right:
- Magic School Bus (Miss Frizzle, Arnold Pearlstein and Keesha Franklin)
- Futurama (Professor Farnsworth, Philip Fry, and Turanga Leela)
- Recess (Theodore “TJ” Detwiler, Ashley Spinelli & Vincent Pierre LaSalle)
- Simpsons (Homer Simpson, Marge Bouvier & Ned Flanders)
- Pepper Ann
- Thomas the Tank Engine
- Arthur (Arthur Read)
- Spongebob Squarepants
- Sailor Moon (U̶s̶a̶g̶i̶ ̶T̶s̶u̶k̶i̶n̶o̶ Minako Aino)
- Garfield (Garfield [Davis])
- Doug (Doug Funnie)
- Bobby’s World (Bobby Generic)
- Inspector Gadget (John Brown)
- Rugrats (Tommy Pickles & Chuckie Finster)
- Dexter’s Lab (Dexter McPherson & Susan “Mandark” Astronomanov)
- Pokemon (Ash Ketchum & Misty Waterflower)
- Reboot (Bob & Dot Matrix)
- Family Guy (Peter Griffin & Lois Pewterschmidt)
- Animaniacs (Yakko, Wakko & Dot Warner)
- Pinky and the Brain (Pinky & Brain)
- South Park (Eric Cartman & Kenny MacKormack)
- King of the Hill (Hank Hill & Margaret “Peggy” Platter)
- TMNT (April O’Neil & Hamato Yoshi)
- Hey Arnold (Arnold Shortman & Gerald Martin Johanssen)
- Dragon Ball Z (Son Goku & Vegeta)
- Daria (Daria Morgendorffer & Jane Lane)
- Bevis and Butt Head (Bobby Beavis & Butt Head
Magic School Bus
Pepper Ann, Thomas the Tank Engine & Arthur Read
Spongebob, Sailor Moon, Garfield
Doug, Bobby’s World & Inspector Gadget
Pinky and the Brain
King of the Hill
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Dragon Ball Z
Bevis and Butt Head
Limited Edition Print
The ultimate millennial gift. Looks perfect above your couch.
Or D.I.Y. Download and Print.
Gift for millennial? Trivia night? Buy a digital download of all the portraits.
Print it small for your wallet, or hang it in the background of your zoom calls and maybe strangers will think you’re a fully-matured adult with children and responsibilities.
Each file is 1600x2000 pixels. Good enough for an 8x10 at 200dpi.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
When Daniel Voshart isn’t making fanart, he’s working in the Art Deptartment of Star Trek: Discovery doing various things related to virtual reality (VR). Find some more serious work in forensics here.