Kim Dong Yoo compõe retratos de figuras monumentais-culturais emblemáticos cada uma composta de centenas de mini-retratos pintados à mão de outro ícone. Devido à sua rede elementar de imagens minúsculas. (Albert Einstein & Marilyn Monroe, 2010)
Kim Dong Yoo makes portraits of icons, but made up of images of someone else...for example, Grace Kelly here is actually a composite of images of Clark Gable...cool stuff
La reina de Inglaterra hecha de retratos de Lady Di
Very cool, slightly creepy.
Q&A with Op Artist + Still Images that Move!
Illusion: Having recently featured one of Gianni Sarcone’s optical illusions in our social network pages, it received a tremendous response from readers. As a result of the interest, I have conducted an interview with the artist to understand the creation process of these static (moving) visuals, and what led him to work in this art style?.... http://illusion.scene360.com/art/49666/qa-with-op-artist-still-images-that-move/
Scannable Barcode Portraits of Celebrities
Scannable Barcode Portrait ( Barcode Art ) | Scott Blake | http://www.barcodeart.com/
optical illusion portraits by blommers & schumm for hector magazine
Kim Dong Yoo - Elizabeth Taylor vs Clark Gable (2008)
This amazing picture by Cuban artist Yoan Capote looks like a black and white photo, but the ragged-looking surface is actually made out of half a million fish hooks. Capote and thirty assistants spent six months nailing them into place on plywood. Don’t touch them! The barbs are exposed. That’s because Capote wants observers to experience the “sensorial power and aggressiveness of the objects in its sculpture condition.”