Remix your photos into incredible artwork

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Ryan Hoover
Founder, Product Hunt
I've had a ton of fun with this app while it's been in beta. Here's something I made: UPDATE: Thanks for the pizza face, @nrose:
noah rosenberg
founded Pikazo, now a new thing
Hey everyone! It's Noah and Karl from Pikazo here and we've got our best artists with us. We thought it would be fun to do some live Pikazo'ing so you all can see what the app is capable of. So if you have any requests before trying the app yourself, you can try and stump the team by posting them here!
Bud HennekesI'm Bud. I connect people and ideas.
I've been playing around with the app for a week now. It takes a little while to get used to.. but can honestly say this will be game changing. Part of the appeal to me, is finding the "perfect" styles other than the standard ones that come with the theme. I'm addicted. Awesome work @noah and @qarl
Niv Dror
VC at Shrug Capital
With Pikazo, you can turn any photo into compelling, lasting visual art. Using next generation neural networks, Pikazo works the way your brain does to rip apart and assemble image details into something new and extraordinary -- like taking a Glasshole Kitty + a salad and turning it into a Glasshole Kitty Salad. The makers @nrose and @qarl are around so ask them anything. And I think they'll be happy to mash up some images for the community, so give them suggests and lets see what Pikazo comes up with!
Paul LeeTackl.com - Sporting goods junkie, CEO
Been a user for a week or so now and I must say, while every photo combination doesn't come out perfect, most of the thrill is in the uncertainty of not knowing exactly how a Pikazo will turn out, and sheer joy when you create something amazing. It's also a great feeling when you create something awesome that your peers on Pikazo (posting on Instagram or Facebook) applaud your creations.
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