Artists using photos as a medium to create new objects or images based on the content of the photos.
Korean artist Gwon Osang
makes sculptures from hundreds of photos plastered to mannequins.
using them to make 3D crazy cat murals.
slices photos into hundreds of tiny pieces and warps them into wholly new images.
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Photos by Noemie Goudal
. Looking at these I was reminded of my favorite picture book growing up, The Mysteries of Harris Burdick
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Kodak’s first digital camera designed in 1975.
It took 23 seconds to record the digitized image to the cassette. The image was viewed by removing the cassette from the camera and placing it in a custom playback device. This playback device incorporated a cassette reader and a specially built frame store. This custom frame store received the data from the tape, interpolated the 100 captured lines to 400 lines, and generated a standard NTSC video signal, which was then sent to a television set.
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A collection of stunning and tragic photos from the Vietnam War by photographers Horst Faas, Henri Huet, Sal Veder, Rick Merron, Bill Ingraham, John Nance, and Nick Ut. Be forewarned there are a handful of pretty difficult images.