Googler Turns Censored Images Into Meta Art

Mashable: With the Google Art Project, you can take a gallery or collection tour and peruse through more than 45,000 pieces of art by approximately 10,000 artists. Google's 15-lens camera contraptions — the ones used for Street View — are again to thank; however, because of certain copyright restrictions, some paintings are blurred. One artist, Phil Thompson of the UK, has decided to flip the censorship on its head and create meta art out of the blurred boxes. Taking screenshots from Art Project, Thompson sends his foggy findings to an oil-painting production company in China, where the nebulous pics are then turned into physical works of art by its artists.

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Redd2172d ago

I find this intresting how he managed to do this.