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The “Living Photographs” of Mole and Thomas

- January 5, 2017 in anamorphic, formation photographs, humans as pixels, living photograph, living picture, military, optical illusion, pictures made from human bodies, war

A series of extraordinary group portraits, made between 1915 and 1921, comprised of thousands of servicemen and staff from various US military camps arranged into pictures.

The “Living Photographs” of Mole and Thomas

- January 5, 2017 in anamorphic, formation photographs, humans as pixels, living photograph, living picture, military, optical illusion, pictures made from human bodies, war

A series of extraordinary group portraits, made between 1915 and 1921, comprised of thousands of servicemen and staff from various US military camps arranged into pictures.

The “Living Photographs” of Mole and Thomas

- January 5, 2017 in anamorphic, formation photographs, humans as pixels, living photograph, living picture, military, optical illusion, pictures made from human bodies, war

A series of extraordinary group portraits, made between 1915 and 1921, comprised of thousands of servicemen and staff from various US military camps arranged into pictures.

The “Living Photographs” of Mole and Thomas

- January 5, 2017 in anamorphic, formation photographs, humans as pixels, living photograph, living picture, military, optical illusion, pictures made from human bodies, war

A series of extraordinary group portraits, made between 1915 and 1921, comprised of thousands of servicemen and staff from various US military camps arranged into pictures.

Spectropia; or, Surprising Spectral Illusions (1865)

- October 21, 2015 in ghosts, halloween, illusion, optical illusion, spirits

A book of Victorian hi-tech ghost conjuring which allows the reader to summon, as the sub-title proclaims, ghosts everywhere and of any colour.

Spectropia; or, Surprising Spectral Illusions (1865)

- October 21, 2015 in ghosts, halloween, illusion, optical illusion, spirits

A book of Victorian hi-tech ghost conjuring which allows the reader to summon, as the sub-title proclaims, ghosts everywhere and of any colour.