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Monday, August 01, 2011

Motherhood Mondays: Baby artwork

Whoa! Have you seen the work of Andrew Miller? He makes children's portraits out of hundreds of tiny family photos of them. How incredible is that? (It must take him approximately 1,000 years.)

P.S. More amazing baby photos...

(Via Daily Candy Kids)

41 comments:

Lara Kasabian said...

I love it ! xxx

Hannah J. Holmes said...

I always love photo collages like this but have never seen one as a baby picture. That's pretty neat :)

Lara {simply irresistible blog} said...

Wow these are amazing! Such a great idea for artwork.

Heba said...

wow he's so talented

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Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

Oh my gosh! Amazing!!

Anonymous said...

This is amazing!!!!!

Ana Magdalena said...

ahhh-mazing

Dawn said...

this is so beautiful! cool and awesome! i wonder how many photos are needed to make one of these.

Katherine said...

Wow, that certainly is an amazing work of art! Also, your "p.s." baby photo link is too cute - love it!

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401 said...

Wow, that is really incredible. Maybe I just feel this way because I'm not a parent, but I think having a giant picture of a baby on my wall would freak me out.

seesaw designs said...

so cool.

The Tiny Team said...

INCREDIBLE! I wonder how he does it!

xo,
Amy

Collections said...

wow these photographs look amazing.

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Joanna Goddard said...

haha, 401, maybe you're right :)

Nomadic D. said...

Wow! I've seen work like this, but never made to order of your very own loved ones! That's amazing!

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rachelinaustin said...

AMAZING! I love it!

Jamie said...

Those are a lovely idea but SO easy to create, he clearly just super-imposes the focal image on top of a grid of your photos and blends them together using a couple easy filters and by playing with the transparency. It's not actually a larger image created from a several smaller ones, it's just made to look like that. Def not worth the $1000+ price tag!

Anonymous said...

It would be fascinating to look at the pictures up close to see all the individual photo components. Very cool.

Stuart and Summer said...

What a cool look!

Mrs. C said...

Wow!!! This is absolutely amazing!! What a fabulous concept!
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missmehoneybee said...

Wow. I have no idea how he does that....

Gillian said...

What a great concept!
Hope the NY heat isn't getting to you and the little guy. Keep cool, give him lots of ice cream!!!

Shalini said...

Wow, these are amazing.

jean goddard said...

So unique!

VH McKenzie said...

I have to agree with Jamie -- there are Photoshop or After Effects tutorials all over the internet that show you how to pull off the photo mosaic. Here's one:

http://www.andreaplanet.com/andreamosaic/tutorial/YourFirstPhotomosaic.html

Kudos to him for marketing the idea to parents and other sentimental types - have to applaud the marketing if not the skills involved. You can be sure he doesn't create an actual collage of multiples of your un-doctored photos. Just look closely.....

Hilary Nicole said...

These are incredible! I love the mosaic piece of the family in the prairie in white. Lovely!

XO Hilary Nicole
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Tim said...

MIss J,

These collages are surprisingly straight forward to create. I often make one for special presentations at work.

If you would like one of Toby, I would be more than happy to make one for you.

Tim

Lynsey said...

I have these made as a wedding present for every wedding I go to and they've been a huge hit! Only $25 for an 8 X 10 and they turn out so great!

http://www.designamosaic.com/

elderbug said...

I so love this idea. I lost my little girl two months ago and just may need to do this. Beautiful.

L said...

Beautiful artwork.

Katie said...

Wow, so great!

alex said...

This are so cute! I've been working on a project like this on photoshop, only, it includes photos of all people in my life, and I have no idea what picture to use for the big picture! Such a hard decision!

Caroline of Salsa Pie said...

1000 years indeed! But worth every second of it. These are genius!

xo

Jo @ In Corners of My Mind said...

Love this! Here in Muskoka we have a huge wall mural at the locks in Port Carling (http://www.roadsideattractions.ca/portcarling.htm) made up of small historic photos...it is amazing and the idea of doing something similar and more personal is wonderful.

Mrgrtje said...

Oh wow, I really don't get how this thing is made! For the wedding of my best friend we also had one of these artworks made- all friends and family sent their most loved photo's and a picture of the bride and groom came out. It looked amazing!

ju said...

you can make it with mosaic software ;)

able mabel said...

Whoa! Those are so cool!

Anonymous said...

Just last week I had a discussion with a photographer about this technique. He had taken a ton of pictures at the lake he had been going to for years and with a free program he created a similar image of a cove and cliff at the lake w/ the mosaic of other photos he had taken.

We were thinking of other images to use this technique with. As a graduation gift with pictures of the graduate at all different ages, etc...

The more images you have the better the end product.

AB HOME Interiors said...

wow! i love this!! Thanks for sharing!

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