These brilliant plaid photographs are made out of tiny people
When I first saw these carefully constructed photographs by Beijing artist Zhang Bojun, never in a million years did I think that the shapes and colors of the images were made up of people. But after I began to focus and stare a little harder at the pictures, I couldn't believe what I saw.
For the past seven years, the artist took photographs of people he encountered on the street, and he then combined all the individual images of the pedestrians to formulate colorful plaid patterns.
The photos series is entitled "We," and the artist thought that combining the individual pictures of the people into a larger pattern was a way to show how tired and overwrought many of the citizens seemed to be.
The photographs definitely give people an ant-like quality and does makes you question our busy day-to-day existence. Enjoy the pictures below from the OFOTO Gallery in Shanghai.
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