Lexica Art: How To Search And Create Images With Artificial Intelligence
After Dream Studio, I decided to test Lexica Art, another Stable Diffusion project, which allows you to search for images and create images from text. It’s less customizable than Dream Studio, but it’s easier to use and, above all, it’s free.
It is a recent but very promising project. It was born as a search engine for images generated by Artificial Intelligence but it is something more.
The interface is simple, a search bar, and below the results previews.
Also in this test I used the text
Duomo Square in Milan, by night, with a spiral galaxy in the sky, van gogh. As you can easily see, there are many results, some really interesting, some not so. But all the fruit of Artificial Intelligence.
As a comparison we can try to search the same thing with Google Images:
Google finds fewer images, and less interesting.
But this is not the only strong point of Lexica Art. For each image we can see the source text, the seed and the Classifier Free Guidance scale.
This is the same information you need to recreate a similar image with Dream Studio. Which means you can use Lexica Art to search for images, understand how to use text, analyze seeds. Lexica is a huge database of reference, and study material on how Artificial Intelligence works.
For example, if we click on explore this style we see a gallery of similar images
This is already a valid reason to use Lexica Art, but there is more. It is also possible to create images from text. And…