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Hyperphotos – Jean-François Rauzier

Hyperphotos were developed by the French photographer Jean-François Rauzier by “stitching” hundreds of high-resolution images together – a marriage between art, photography and technology. The interactive example seen here combines French 18th-century decoration with early Renaissance paintings.

An exhibition of Rauzier’s work is being held at Waterhouse & Dodd in London until the 18th of December; their website has examples of many of the works on show. Click on an image to access more information about a work and a larger image which can be scrolled or expanded.


Strange Random Language Fact:

Pinocchio is Italian for “pine head.”

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