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#TechniqueTuesday Today's technique is 'wheatpaste', the famous street-artists' tool. Oftentimes, when Midjourney doesn't know how to represent a street artist, it draws something in this technique and shows it on a side of a building. Let's see how it manages with our benchmark! The Wheatpaste technique, also known as "wheatpasting," is an art form that has been around for centuries, although its exact origins remain unknown. It is a popular medium for street art and is often used for posters, murals, and other forms of public art. The technique involves creating a paste from wheat flour or starch and water, which is then used as an adhesive to affix paper or fabric to various surfaces. Wheatpaste is known for its ease of use and accessibility, making it a popular choice for artists who want to display their work quickly and covertly in public spaces. The Midlibrary score is 9/9. We believe Midjourney did a great job here!
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Wheat paste (also known as flour and water paste, flour paste, or simply paste) is a gel or liquid adhesive made from wheat flour or starch and water. It has been used since antiquity for various arts and crafts such as bookbinding, découpage, collage, paper-mâché, and adhering paper posters and notices to walls.

A critical difference among wheat pastes is the division between those made from flour and those made from starch. Vegetable flours contain both gluten and starch. Over time the gluten in flour pastes cross-links, making it very difficult to release the adhesive. Using only starch, a fine-quality, fully reversible paste can be produced. The latter is the standard adhesive for paper conservation.

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