The Big Flock of Electric Sheep is a group photo of 7000 Electric Sheep dreamed by the machine. The machine, called Laila and based on a Generative Adversarial Network (GAN), was trained using tens of thousands of sheep doodles made by real people. After a while, Laila started to dream of sheep and created drawings that are as good (or as bad and sketchy) as the ones produced by humans.
Special edition limited to only 100 prints.
Part of the "Dreaming of Electric Sheep" Collection by diavlex
Size [ height x width ] = 70 x 100 cm = 27.56 x 39.37 inches
Materials: Museum-quality poster giclée-printed on archival, acid-free matte paper. Paper thickness: 10.3 mil; Paper weight: 192 g/m² (5.6 oz/y²)
Please note that the gallery's
This piece is sold unframed and shipped rolled in a solid cardboard tube.