Generative AI images of Natalie Portman in the style of Andy Warhol

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One of the most interesting use cases for generative AI is the ability to generate images simply with text prompts. The prompts can be very simple, or they can be quite detailed.

I gave it a try on a number of different platforms and immediately saw the potential. It’s fun, but it can also be a very powerful tool for content creators.

In this post you can see four generative AI images of Natalie Portman in the style of Andy Warhol. Remember Warhol’s iconic silkscreens of Marilyn Monroe, Jackie Kennedy and Debbie Harry? That’s the style I was after. I tried this on with a simple prompt: “one flat image of natalie portman in silk screen style of andy warhol.” I picked the four best for this post. Some were quite bad, and sometimes the tool would spit out files with multiple images in the same file.

But these four are pretty good. If I spent more time on the prompt and then made iterative improvements, I would likely end up with an image I’d be happy to post on a wall.

What’s amazing is that these generative AI tools have only recently been released. Others have created far more impressive images using these tools. Midjourney in particular appears to be quite powerful for skilled graphic designers who can improve images by adding more prompts and adjusting details.

With my simple prompt, you can see the power of the program with only several reference points such as the celebrity and the artistic style of an old artist.

Most of these tools are free for limited use, so it’s easy to give them a try. Enjoy!

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