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The Transredigitization of My Face by Jay Hirschfeld

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Jay Hirschfeld Jay Hirschfeld
Explore score
35
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0.29 Gigapixels
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2499
Date added
Nov 18, 2009
Date taken
Nov 18, 2009
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An image created for a research paper i'm completing on using mixed media in the form of massive-resolution digital images and poetry. The image was created using the Ascii Art Generator found here: www.glassgiant.com/ascii Will open in a new tab or window/ and consists of 400-letter long rows. The final text was loaded into a layer in photoshop where I added my own text and phrases over specific locations on the image.


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  1. Jay Hirschfeld

    Jay Hirschfeld (May 03, 2012, 12:32PM )

    Thanks. I don't think that would look good and part of the point is to have to explore the thing. use the + and - buttons to the left of your screen and use your mouse to crawl around

  2. tabatha greer

    tabatha greer (May 03, 2012, 02:01AM )

    This is very cool how there are hidden in this person's face, but why weren't the words that actually meant something not in bold or vice versa, so that people could read it more easily?

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