Thanks to the new Google Art & Culture app update, you can use your selfies to figure out which masterpieces you look like - but it's not limited to personal pics, so we tried it out with some of the biggest and best musicians to find out their painted doppelgängers, and it's turned up a few excellent results... and a few really bad ones.
Despite being a bit emaciated, Mednyánszky's portrait nails Sufjan - including his love of hats, the unkempt facial hair, and the world-weariness in his eyes.
Maybe the colours in the source image affected this one, but there is a weird similarity we can't quite put our finger on...
This austere proto-selfie by Slovakian pioneer Mikuláš Galanda does have a smidge of Bowie about it, doesn't it?
Meltsner was a keen painter of celebrities, and dancer/choreographer Martha Graham (who developed the Graham Technique) was a particular fave. Given St. Vincent's visual brilliance and her penchant for emotive, deliberate movements, perhaps Meltsner would've wanted to paint her too.
Paul Cézanne - who greatly influenced modern art masters Matisse and Picasso - manages to capture The 1975 frontman in surprising detail... despite dying some 80+ years before Healy was even born. Now that's talent.
TDE star and Kendrick Lamar labelmate SZA (who penned our favourite song of 2017) apparently looks like a sketch from globe-trotting Vienna-born artist Lene Schneider-Kainer... but we're struggling see it. Perhaps this vagueness is due to the app (and art history in general) being pretty Eurocentic - something that has already drawn complaints.
Brazilian modernist and mural painter Carlos Bastos painted this in 2001 - when Stormzy would've been just eight. Has he got somehow managed to whip something up that bears a remarkable resemblance to the South London grime star? Or is this just more evidence of a lack of portraits featuring people of colour for the app to pick from?
Rossetti painted a helluva lot of portraits that look like like Flo, but they're actually based on his wife Elizabeth Siddal. Siddal died in 1862 after giving birth to a stillborn child (she overdosed on laudanum), and after falling into a deep depression, Rossetti began painting her... a lot. The idealised form of Siddal - as Dante's Beatrice - looks strikingly like Florence Welch to more modern eyes, meaning that there are a lot of portraits that could easily be mistaken for the "Dog Days Are Over" star.
Winslow Homer has a reputation for his "accurate" and "unaffected" images of rural African American life following the American Civil War, which is good for him, but this still doesn't really look like Bey unless you stand 15 feet away and squint really hard.
Add a bit more meat to Albarn's bones and this might just be a former self. We were half expecting one of the Gorillaz members to pop up, and we're kinda disappointed they didn't.
Herring famously looks a bit like funnyman Steve Martin, but this was the best they could come up with... to be fair it's only a 38% match, which is basically a big fat zero on this app.
Ah, sorry David.
Is this the best one yet? Cave's glower is perfectly snared in this quick sketch. The Aussie legend still has a bit more of his hair though.
Romantic movement leader Théodore Géricault is undoubtedly a fantastic artist, but this particular pairing from Google is questionable. If we're being generous, maybe there's something in the eyes? Actually, the harder we look, the more it does look like a (significantly) older Kele... are our eyes playing tricks on us?
Google, this is a cop out. Just because she's resting her head in her hand does not mean they look alike. Back to the drawing board here.
It doesn't exactly look like Charli XCX, but Godward's Reverie certainly has that same 'I've got no time for your bullshit' look that the "Boys" singer does so well.
Turns out quite a few bearded portraits look a bit like Father John Misty, and this one by Émile Bernard - a pal of Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Eugène Boch and, Paul Cézanne - veers on the uncanny. In a reversal of roles, we think Bernard on the right would be great at sarcastically crooning "Bored In The USA" while Mr. Misty could get his paintbrushes out to devastating effect.
Another of Rossetti's works - what would he have made of today's musicians? - but this one's not quite as great a match as the Florence ones. Still, maybe it's a glimpse into what the future Lorde will look like. And no, it's not in The Louvre - this one hangs in the Delaware Art Museum. Missed opportunity there, tsk.
Give him a shave and a mop chop and oddball extraordinaire Alex Cameron could pass for Bernhard von Reesen.
This is actually a painting of Taylor Swift when she's looking at someone get more attention than her.
So after playing about with this app we've come to one major conclusion that lots of others have also come to: it's pretty crap if you're not white. That said we are just feeding random shots through the filter, so maybe it'd work better with actual selfies? Then again, maybe not.