Inspired by your examples
nelsonMandela = Entity["PopularCurve", "NelsonMandelaCurve"]["Graphics"];
flagColors = Most@Sort@DominantColors@Entity["Country", "SouthAfrica"]["Flag"];
SeedRandom; (* Date of birth *)
nelsonMandela /. RGBColor[___] :> RandomChoice@flagColors /. Axes -> False
Thanks, Rohit. I like the SA flag coloring of the Mandela curve - much appreciated.
nice - thanks for sharing! How on earth you could find out that there is something like a "NelsonMandelaCurve" or "PopularCurve" in general ???
There are many interesting entity types to explore, see this. To get a list
I first learned about these curves from this Wolfram Alpha Blog post.
many thanks for these interesting links - maybe I have to explore this field more deeply.
BTW: Do you know "ImageRandomlyColored"?
Entity["PopularCurve", "NelsonMandelaCurve"][EntityProperty["PopularCurve", "ImageRandomlyColored"]]
You can use Wolfram's extensive capabilities for interpreting natural-language strings as standardized representations of specific real-world entities. Read this to help.