3.2 Million Dots

Mike’s presentation ysterday remided me of a video I stumbled upon a few weeks ago. The artist uses the same half tone feature that is present in photograph reporduction. I think it’s interesting to think that if enough time and affort was put into it, the human hand can create something of equal greatness to the printing press.

One Response to “3.2 Million Dots”

  1. mininess Says:

    That’s amazing! It kind of reminds me of the artwork my friend creates, she does a lot of pen and ink pieces that are shaded with dots and lines. I’d say it was heavily influenced by traditional Indian henna designs – really lovely work.


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