Midlibrary is an ever-changing project. Here is the log to help you navigate our updates and new features.
Dec 28, 2023
V6 is here!
🔥 We've just updated the complete Midlibrary Catalog to V6. The new Midjourney model's samples are default on All styles page now, and higher resolution samples are available on each individual style page.
Enjoy V6!
Dec 16, 2023
New Midguide page
👩🏻‍🎨 Yesterday, we released the 30th /midguide entry—a study on Midjourney style of the renowned British artist Mary Fedden, so it's a kind of an anniversary issue for us. :]
🪴 And the /midguide section itself has evolved!
🧭 You can now filter through our Guides and Studies using Midjourney version, or material type. Mary Fedden's article is the fifth episode of Midlibrary's In Focus series. Want to see all five? Just check the Focus box. Neat!
🧭 Finally, the Magical Switch makes its comeback in our second contributed Guide called Super-Tiling Technique. With it, you can swtich between beautiful images with even more beautiful images for comparison. Be sure to check the new Guide out →
🐞 As always, if you see a glitch or have a confusing experience with Midlibrary, please, let us know!
Oct 28, 2023
Contribute your prompts: help develop Midlibrary
🪴 We're adding a new feature to our Catalog allowing you to contribute your findings and help develop a better Style Library for everyone.
💚 From now on, on every style page you will find a link allowing you to share your prompts in which you used this particular style, and that brought back cool results showcasing this Midjourney style capabilities.
🌍 We will later add these prompts to the page, allowing the community to learn how to use this particular style in unexpected and creative ways.
⭐️ Thank you for your contributions!
Oct 1, 2023
2.5.1
We're on fire! New update is here, and with it more improvements to Midlibrary design and your experience.
🗂️ You might have already noticed the new homepage Navigator. It's now more dense and better organized.
🔎 We reorgainzed the top navigation panel for the desktop version (no screenshot, just look at the top of this page ◔_◔).
🧭 Finally, the Style page keeps on evolving. Now, below the samples and style details, there is a new module that allows you to explore Midlibrary further in a more focused way. By default you see four random artists from the same category, but there are also: Similar styles (avaliable for part of the catalog, these are the styles that have at least 3 features in common with the current); Style Roulette; Most interesting Guides and Studies; and Most recent Style Tops. All organized in neat tabs.
🚀 We are testing new image delivery infrastructure, so you might experience an even faster response from the Catalog!
If you see a glitch or have a confusing experience with Midlibrary, please, let us know!
Sep 21, 2023
2.5β
We've been working on this for months now, and it's finally here: Midlibrary 2.5 (in its Beta stage). So, what's new in this update?
💥 The biggest change comes in the form of a new Style page. It is now much cleaner, simpler, and easier to use. The main focus is the style sample in Midjourney's current version.
🎨 Looking for other versions? Just use the switch!
🎛️ Benchmarks on Style pages are now displayed as a condensed gallery. Click to visit the detailed Benchmark page.
🧭 We replaced the separate Categories and Features pages with unified Styles classifier. It's a great place to take a bird's eye view of Midlibrary Catalog.
🏁 We've optimized the code even more, so Midlibrary should start feeling faster overall!
If you see a glitch or have a confusing experience with Midlibrary, please, let us know!
Sep 20, 2023
2.4.11
In this update, we’ve revised the Advanced Filters panel and enhanced the All styles page, styles pages, and overall user experience.
👍 From now on, navigating the catalog on the All styles page, Categories pages, and Features pages will be the same experience—with instant search and advanced filtering.
🎛️ Filters you checked are now shown at the top of the filters panel—you can always remove them one by one (or altogether).

🪄 Advanced filters will now adapt to a page you are exploring the styles on. For instance, on a Category page, filters will allow you to filter by subcategories (Sections) in addition to Features.
🌆 🏙️ 🌃 Similar styles are now available for some artists’ pages—a module that suggests styles based on the features and categories you are navigating.🏎️ Most significantly, the catalog will now work up to 5 times faster!
🚀 We updated overall website design, optimizing the space, make Midlibray more accessible, efficient, and sexy.
🏎️ Also, due to code optimization the Catalog now works up to 5 times faster!
🖼️ Check out the new section devoted to Personal Collections, our first Midlibrary-based tool.
🎉 We're past 3940 styles mark!
As always, If you enounter issues with the Midlibrary website—please, let us know!
Aug 31, 2023
2.4
Today, Midlibrary has been updated to Version 2.4! This release is packed with small yet significant enhancements.
If you've ever navigated through our "All Styles" page, you're likely familiar with Advanced Filters. These filters enable you to sift through the catalog using 14 different categories and 51 unique features.

We've made this functionality even more user-friendly: your filter settings are now displayed in your browser's address bar.  
Midblirary Advanced filters now show in browser address bar
This means you can bookmark your favorite filter combinations or share them easily via URL on social media or with friends. Here are a few combos you can start with:
Photographers with Dreamy styles, Landscape Painters with Broad Brushtrokes, or Styles featuring Geomatrical Patterns.

To make your own combo, just click the Show Advanced Filters button on the All styles page.
New in this update is the ability to filter styles catalog on whether the originals belong to the Public Domain.
Midlibrary All styles filters
We understand that some users are concerned about using artists' names from copyrighted sources in their prompts. While Midjourney doesn't store or use the originals to generate images, you can now sidestep any ethical dilemmas by opting for names that are in the Public Domain.
Simply check the blue box on the "All Styles" page to activate this filter.
And speaking of filters and sorting. We've finally squashed a persistent bug that has been with us since Version 2.0: the New/Old sorting feature is now fully functional.
This allows you to see exactly which styles have been recently added and which have been part of our catalog since its inception. Given that we're adding new styles nearly every week, this feature is invaluable for keeping up with the latest additions!
And lastly, our traditional catalog update: brought Midlibrary catalog above 3,500 styles threshold! Kudos to our numerous contributors who keep sending us new styles!
As always, If you enounter a glitch, a bug, or any other issue with the Midlibrary, please, let us know!

Previous Updates

Aug 7, 2023
2.3.3
🎉
Exactly one year and two days ago, Midlibrary came to be! Well, at least its very first version... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
🥳
Our catalog now features an impressive collection of over 3000 Midjourney styles!
🔬Illustrators and Photographers now got their subcategories. So it's now super easy to filter out specifically Fashion photographers or Pin-up illustrators.
July 20, 2023
2.3.1
🖨️
You can now Generate PDF from your Personal Favorites Collection!
🎛️
We have added pagination to All styles page! You can now navigate the catalog with more ease and stability.
🥞Midlibrary now has over 2600 styles!
🎇Midjourney 5.2 samples are here! Styles pages now show 5.2, 5.1, 5, 4, and niji.
June 6, 2023
2.3β
🧑🏼‍💻This is a big one! We're adding user pages (my Library), personal styles collections (favorite styles!), and more!
🐞
Update will be being deployed in the next couple of days, so please, be patient if you encounter a glitch or two, and please, report a bug!
April 29, 2023
2.2
🧑🏼‍💻We work day and nights (literally!) making Midlibrary.io better. Version 2.1 is cleaner, clearer, and—at times—cuter ᓚᘏᗢ
🤖
Our Mega-Sorting-Filtering robot on the All styles page became more well-designed, better organized, and hidden under the "Turn Advanced filters on" button!
📱Mobile 2.1 is a huge improvement. At last, no bulky menu on all pages—just a tiny icon that reveals navigation on tap!
April 15, 2023
2.1
You've spoken—we heard you: no more left column!
The design is now cleaner, more linear, and easier to read.
📱Every page on the website finally got its mobile version!
🐞All updates need time to settle in, so do expect turbulence and glitches. We are working to fix all of that as soon as possible!
Mar 27, 2023
FEEDBACK
It's your feedback that helps us make Midlibrary.io better! If you want to share your thoughts on how the website works, report a bug, or suggest an improvement, here are a couple of ways to reach out:
Report a bug form at the bottom left corner of every page.
💌 Or send a good old email to [email protected].

All samples are produced by Midlibrary team using Midjourney AI (if not stated otherwise). Naturally, they are not representative of real artists' works/real-world prototypes.

We'll be grateful for shares and backlinks!

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