From cyberpunk to Miyazaki: a neural network painted panel houses in different styles

Artist Alexander Dobrokotov, using the Midjourney neural network, which generates images from text descriptions, imagined what typical Soviet panel houses would look like in different eras, styles and universes. In his Telegram channel and Twitter, he showed dozens of different options. We chose the coolest.

1. Shishkin

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2. Miyazaki

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3. Vincent van Gogh

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4. Cyberpunk

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5. Chocolate bar

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6. Inflatable socket

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7. Waffle socket

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8. Pixel panel

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9. Panel from “Mad Max”

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10. Gothic socket

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11. Rococo

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12. Giger

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13. Bosch

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14. Lauri Lipton

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15. Aivazovsky

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16. Hell socket

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17. Tetris

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18. Steampunk

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19. Lego

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20. Divine socket

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What options did you like the most? Write in the comments.

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