This week, the portrait match feature on Google's Arts & Culture app was made available to New Zealanders.
The app uses facial recognition technology to match user selfies with portraits from museums around the world.
Many Kiwis found their art history doppelgangers, but the nation's major political players probably haven't had time to get in on the fun.
Here are eight New Zealand politicians and their art history twins.
The artwork database includes more than 1500 galleries and museums from 70 countries.
Portraits from three New Zealand institutions are included: Auckland Art Galley Toi o Tamaki, Auckland War Memorial Museum and Te Papa.