Artist Sergio Albiac has launched an experiment in generative portraiture that uses images taken by the Hubble space telescope to create images of anyone who applies. Titled Stardust, the artist invites the public to submit photos of themselves, which are then transformed into abstract portraits made up of planets, stars, nebulae and galaxies using the custom-built software. According to Albiac, the project explores the concept of nucleosynthesis, or “the process of creation of new atomic nuclei from pre-existing matter that takes place at a cosmic scale”. It’s free to submit a photo and in return you receive three spacey artworks featuring your very own face. Check it out some examples in the gallery above and read more about it here.