Since I wear glasses on a daily basis, I definitely am someone who would be lost in the world without my glasses! I’ve been a Transitions girl for 5 years now and I would never turn back! Having fanned them on Facebook, a recent post immediately caught my attention. The post read, “In honor of World Sight Day, we present the largest photo mosaic in the world! We broke the Guinness Book of World Records!”
A friend of mine on Facebook shared a link on my wall of the most adorable mosaic, the 2012 First Cheerios Mosaic! It is an interactive online mosaic reaching out to parents to be a part of a photographic monument. This is an excellent way for families to celebrate together one of their toddler’s momentous “firsts”!
As a photographer and art enthusiast, I am always intrigued when I come across an innovative art form or technique. I was looking at a sketching tutorial on YouTube recently and this video came up of an artist who creates portraits in one single pen stroke. Artist, Chan Hwee Chong recreated these famous portraits by precisely drawing one single line in a swirling motion.
Recently being in the market for a new car, I stumbled upon these two very cool mosaics when visiting their brand’s Facebook pages. I added my photo and really felt like I was part of the brand experience. I never realized that a mosaic could offer such a unique consumer-brand building experience, but these two mosaics do just that.
A friend recently forwarded me this very cool social photo montage experience. The application was built for Intel’s new line of processors; although I am not sure how it directly relates to the processors, it makes a great impression. Nevertheless, the ending part of the on-the-fly video results in a very amazing mosaic that is built from all of your Facebook friends.