This anonymous industrial designer has used AI to design three chairs based on the aesthetics of the Atari 2600 game console.
Here's what it came up with:
There is frustratingly little information given: What type of AI was used, how much input and tweaking the designer did, who the designer even is. And the text inserted into the images appears to be beyond-lorem-ipsum gobbledygook and not even a real language. (Apologies if I've got that wrong and that is your language.) If anyone knows who this is, or if you're the designer, please do reach out; we've got tons of questions!
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These look like they were designed by/for Klingons.
I was going to say the same thing
Best guess is he is using Midjourney to render the images. It is driven by prompts which combined with the language, switches and seed, one can get to a very specific look. He may have even used a reference image for the app to use. The inserted text and its formatting is generated by the app.
I'd totally buy the second one :)
Wow, better than all the human designs I have seen lately