How to make anything art in just two taps:
1. Start with any image in the universe
2. Choose a style image of anything that ever has, will, or can exist
3. Wait about 5 minutes while our supercomputers repaint your images into an amazing new masterpiece
REMEMBER ART CLASS?
Tables speckled with the bright drops of yellow, red, and blue paint that never made it to a student’s canvas. The faint smell of clay from misshapen forms left to dry on a shelf, waiting for the kiln. The feel of charcoal between finger and thumb, strangely warm and imprecise.
We believe that art is a universal birthright, and we created Pikazo to help you claim it.
Pikazo doesn’t care if you’re Bob Ross or can’t even doodle. Unlike oils or acrylics, the neural algorithms it uses obey an accountant or athlete as precisely as a master painter.
Pikazo in hand, the world is now yours. Make it art.
Maybe you’re a professional artist now and you’re adding Pikazo images to a toolkit alongside brushes and turpentine.
Or maybe the charcoal seemed to disobey you intentionally, you swore the paint preferred the table, and your sculpture was mistaken for discarded clay and never made it to the kiln.
And maybe, ever since that art class, you’ve believed that art was something other people did - special, privileged people who could take anything in the world and magically make it art.
JOIN THE ART WORLD, NO BERET NEEDED.
As a Pikazo artist, you are cordially invited to exhibit your work in the exclusive Salon, a gathering where like-minded creatives praise and critique each other’s art while, we assume, sipping espresso and wearing black.
FRESH, PREMIUM STYLES EVERY WEEK.
From the paintings of Pablo Picasso himself to the masonry of Angkor Wat, the world we see is packed with beautiful art that can be applied to any photo using Pikazo. Every week, we seek out the style images that deliver the most beautiful results and deliver them with a dose of creative inspiration.
TO AN ARTIST, ART IS EVERYTHING. TO PIKAZO, EVERYTHING IS ART.
Pikazo is a collaboration between human, machine, and our concept of art. It is an experiment to see what emerges when anyone can create a masterpiece.
It is yoga for the brain. Brain for the yoga. It is a universal art machine that paints any image in the style of any other, producing sometimes-beautiful, sometimes-disturbing, always-surprising artworks.
We encourage you to play. We can't wait to see what you make with it!
www.pikazoapp.com — Make anything art in just two taps.
For help, go to firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to sincerely thank the following genius digital neurosurgeons who made Pikazo possible: Leon Gatys, Alexander Ecker, and Matthias Bethge at Bethge Lab at University of Tübingen; Justin Johnson and Kai Sheng Tai at Stanford University; Karen Simonyan and Andrew Zisserman at the Visual Geometry Group at University of Oxford; Alexander Mordvintsev, Chris Olah, and Mike Tyka at Google.