AI art has quickly become one of the most talked about topics in the town.
There are many of these AI generators out there, such as Dalle-E 2, Stable Diffusion, and especially the new version of Midjourney (v4), which is capable of producing unbelievable results and has quickly become super addictive.
I have used it to generate photorealistic Polaroids, film photos from the 80s, and even futuristic imaginations. I have also asked it to generate graphic design, including websites, apps, dashboards UIs, movie posters, book covers, logos, and billboard ads — the possibilities are endless.
Despite some quirks, these AI-generated works are great sources of inspiration and provide a solid foundation for designers looking to get started.
Here are some examples (with prompts) that I made using Midjourney.
batgirl with mask in the London Underground, metro, realistic, shot on 70mm, dslr, hyperreal, volumetric lighting, kodak portra 400, crowd --q 2 --v 4
Santa Claus in toy workshop, in the style of Wes Anderson, photorealistic, cinematic, shot on 30mm --ar 3:2 --v 4
logo for tagine, designed by Aaron Draplin --q 2 --v 4
<https://s.mj.run/Ah61MoK_zoU> holographic op art glamor portrait --q 2 --v 4
city of London in the style of Islamic Architecture, volumetric ultra high detail, dramatic sky, teal and orange colour palette, 8k --q 2 --ar 3:2 --v 4
interior design of Sri Lankan living room, designed by Geoffrey bawa, for modern times with earthy finishes and cozy detailing throughout, plants --ar 2:3 --v 4
spiderman with mask holographic op art glamor portrait --q 2 --v 4
playing card king Batman, line art illustration --q 2 --v 4
beautiful app design for bubble tea, ux, ui, ux/ui, behance, dribbble::5 --q 2 --v 4
beautiful app UI design, the avengers, marvel superheroes, behance, dribbble::5 --v 4 --q 2 --v 4
👉 Colpetty – My Instagram account where I post all my AI experiments