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2015-12-27 :: Clay // art + projects
A Canvas Made of Pixels

A year ago over the holiday break, I created a large-scale digital “canvas” that can reproduce works of fine art – paintings, photographs, lithographs, etc. – in a way that is nearly indistinguishable from the real thing. For the full effect, you really need to see it in person. But so you can get the […]

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Over the holidays, I spent a couple of days creating a portrait of Abraham Lincoln out of pennies. (1,617 of them, to be exact.) The portrait is actually a recreation of one I did in 2005, and incorporates several learnings from the first go-around. The 2013 version here is based on a better known photo […]

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2011-09-26 :: Clay // art + photography
Exhibit No. 1

On October 13, I’m putting on my first photography exhibit! I’ll be showing a selection of about a dozen of my photos in two themes. There will be wine. There will be cheese. And there will be photos for sale, if you are so inclined. Here’s the invitation that’s going out, minus the details on […]

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Over the holidays I hacked up an interactive version of the Google logo photomosaic I made back in May, so anyone who doesn’t happen to work in Google’s London offices can still have a look at high resolution versions of the individual photos. Click a photo to zoom in, and click again to zoom out. […]

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