Text2Poster: Laying out Stylized Texts on Retrieved Images

6 Jan 2023  ·  Chuhao Jin, Hongteng Xu, Ruihua Song, Zhiwu Lu ·

Poster generation is a significant task for a wide range of applications, which is often time-consuming and requires lots of manual editing and artistic experience. In this paper, we propose a novel data-driven framework, called \textit{Text2Poster}, to automatically generate visually-effective posters from textual information. Imitating the process of manual poster editing, our framework leverages a large-scale pretrained visual-textual model to retrieve background images from given texts, lays out the texts on the images iteratively by cascaded auto-encoders, and finally, stylizes the texts by a matching-based method. We learn the modules of the framework by weakly- and self-supervised learning strategies, mitigating the demand for labeled data. Both objective and subjective experiments demonstrate that our Text2Poster outperforms state-of-the-art methods, including academic research and commercial software, on the quality of generated posters.

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