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This article introduces the concept of image "culturization", i.e., defined as the process of altering the "brushstroke of cultural features" that make objects perceived as belonging to a given culture while preserving their functionalities. First, we propose a pipeline for translating objects' images from a source to a target cultural domain based on Generative Adversarial Networks (GAN). Then, we gather data through an online questionnaire to test four hypotheses concerning the preferences ofarXiv:2201.01565v2 fatcat:fvxxxlymjbf2zbbcwpzt55roqi