Star Wars Paint Splatters by Arian Noveir.
This is such a great idea! Garret Miller created a project called “Imaginawesome”. Here he recreates children’s’ drawings into professional illustrations - “magic pixel dust”. On his blog he writes about the project:
Kids have the ability to come up with some pretty amazing things, but not always the ability to draw exactly what they were imagining. I’m here to help make those drawings come a little bit closer to reality.
Some of the work is pretty awesome:
AMRIT, AGE 5 - UNDER THE SEA
The octopus is planning to throw over the ship. The dolphin is planning to cheer the men up. Since it is dark out , the grey colored glowing fish wants to give some light. The big blue shark is planning is planning to do the same thing as the octopus.
QUENTIN, AGE 5 - CAMPERA
Man in a camper with an alligator and stuff like that.
ZOE, AGE 7 – “HONEYMOON”
A willow tree, a bench with a boy and girl on their honeymoon, a lake with a swan on it, oh, and it’s night time.
You can see more of his work on his blog here.
This reminded me of Art Attack . Totally took me back, and so I had to do a post on it (also I really haven’t written anything here in a while). Here the artist, Craig Allen, uses people as pixels for his work
If you think that’s impressive, you should look at what was done in North Korea. A photographer named Sam Gellman, was able to go to North Korea last year and take pictures at the Arirang Festival . Take a look at these pictures:
Look very, very closely. those are people in the background.
You can see more of his picture here .