tl:dr; Thought-provoking, computer-generated art
That is computer generated: the output of transfer learning using Tensorflow.
I was playing with some transfer learning, training a convolutional model on famous works of art, and applying the style to my own photographs when I realized the process could be done in reverse. So instead of taking the style of a famous artist, and applying it to my photographs, I've taken the style of my photographs and applied it to famous art. Here are the two pictures, the content is a famous Kandinsky image, and the style applied was that of a tiger in San Francisco.
Here's another. A famous Monet that has been modified with the style of a giraffe from the same zoo. The original image is pretty serene, and I love its transformation into a drug-fueled nightmare.
And finally, my favorite, two mundane pictures that together make evocative art.
A computer and a human are more superior at chess than a computer alone, or a human alone. The same can be said about art. A human combined with a well-written software can make something amazing.
This is based on the Tensorflow style transfer tutorial.