“Cake” by Gertrude Stein is from Food, part of Tender Buttons.
DALL-E mini is by Boris Dayma and colleagues.
Cake cast in went to be and needles wine needles are such.
This is today. A can experiment is that which makes a town, makes a town dirty, it is little please. We came back. Two bore, bore what, a mussed ash, ash when there is tin. This meant cake. It was a sign.
Another time there was extra a hat pin sought long and this dark made a display. The result was yellow. A caution, not a caution to be.
It is no use to cause a foolish number. A blanket stretch a cloud, a shame, all that bakery can tease, all that is beginning and yesterday yesterday we had it met. It means some change. No some day.
A little leaf upon a scene an ocean any where there, a bland and likely in the stream a recollection green land. Why white.
2 thoughts on “Gertrude Stein’s “Cake” via DALL-E mini”
My friend recently became obsessed w/ this. As he shared photos of what it produced, I realized it was a good producer of horror. Eventually we were able to get it to produce things in the style of Francis Bacon really well. Somehow my friend got the AI to produce IT on a drum set; near perfect. It does phantasmal horror, but needs work in the sublime.
Yeah, like it really makes stuff look like Bacon’s faces!