Call for Entries – AI art book cover art challenge, $300 cash prize

Graydient Platform is best known for our Stable Diffusion API with thousands of checkpoints, loras, and textual inversion models, but did you know that we also have thousands of brilliant solo creators on the platform as well?  Our community is amazing, and we’re proud to kick off a project that shows off what they’ve been up to.

Introducing The Graydient 2024 Yearbook

It’s time to show the world what the top 1% of our creators are doing on Graydient. We’re working on a physical, IRL hardcover coffee table book, due this November.

Our book will feature high resolution images, prompts, stories, interviews, workflows, and it’s going to look amazing in our living rooms.  We are looking for creators to feature prominently in our book, credited prominently alongside their works.

( Mood board example)

The book will be 60-100 pages, and is being designed right now by a very talented designer who works at a major publishing company.  We’re truly excited!


To participate, simply create a free trial account or take advantage of our Spring sale, with up to 50% off our unlimited AI packages.

After your trial expires, you can still enter artworks, there’s no purchase necessary. There is a public channel where you can see submissions coming in, and nominate other creators as well.



After you login to your dashboard, find the Call for Entries button.  Start creating images with Stable2go or PirateDiffusion, and submit your entries to the Call for Entries channel on Telegram.


Deadline and Eligibility

Text-to-Image artwork using a Graydient tool is preferred, however we’re open to remixed images from your original photos and other workflows incorporating at least one Graydient tool. The contest for the book’s cover or inside cover art ends October 31 and it’s open worldwide.  Good luck!

Minor software update:

In other news, we’ve also added more folder organization, HDR and composition correction, and multiple VAE options to Stable2go, as well as the ability to render directly into project folders from our unified editor. Check it out!