Juan Osborne , a Spanish artist who creates portraits with thousand of words. Words are powerful, they go straight into the human mind and really add something to my pictures that you can’ get from a regular picture taken with a camera,” says Osborne. Using several hundred thousand words he manages to recreate famous images and icons that have put their mark on the world.
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Ninety meters high, the inflatable, 5 ton form fills the interior of a former gas tank, amplifying the ethereal quality of the space with diffused light. Big Air Package by Christo. Gasometer Oberhausen, Germany, now through 30 December 2013 via
Famous Portraits Built from Thousands of Words. In these Textportraits by Ralph Ueltzhoefer, words and images blend together to define complex visual portraits. The Mannheim-based artist uses words randomly selected from the internet to generate portraits of many well-known faces ...