This week I discovered the fantastic glitch art Reddit community (for a little more context on glitch art, wikipedia has a page). These are the pieces I love the most (click on them to find the source):
This one above reminds me of The Great Wave off Kanagawa. Like many other pieces, it uses a "glitching" technique called Pixed Sorting.
This other glitch video by MarshmellowNinja is very funny, but better viewed online: https://www.reddit.com/r/glitch_art/comments/7xhbrf/woah/
Those 4 last ones are from Reddit user vvdr12, whose flickr gallery also includes great intentionnaly made pieces. He kindly explained how he made this "japanify" effect in Python, and specified the source image.
./japanify.py TDZSJMs.jpg ./steal_colors_with_same_brightness.py --palette-img edJl3YU.jpg japanified_TDZSJMs.jpg
The Glasgow band Kill the Waves even used his idea for their album cover:
What do you think of those glitches ? ?? Are there other ones you known and like ? ??
There is also this tumblr collecting glitch GIFs: http://glitchgifs.tumblr.com.