Description World Map made up of tens of thousands of individual images of water droplets on various surfaces, water ripples and satellite desert images. (Images are repeated in various sizes)A reasonable size print/poster will need to be viewed to appreciate the detail and intricacies involved in this particular mosaic.A large wall poster, as with most world maps, would be the perfect size.I did leave out country borders, labels and names, so as not to take away from the smaller images.Magnified viewing of this particular image will appear blurry (as it is only on your computer screen off the web), but printed versions are guaranteed to be clearly amazing.View Image Close up at - http://gigapan.org/gigapans/fullscreen/91183/Image created with the Andrea Mosaic program.
Michelle Lee Willsmore, Adelaide, South Australia Member Since April 2011 Artist Statement Michelle is an independent visual artist based in the Adelaide Hills in South Australia since 2006. She is entirely self-taught in both photography and post-processing. Her work is predominately in conceptual contemporary photography and digital art, but does extend to a small collection of oil pastels and watercolours. She is a regular exhibitor in the local annual Adelaide Fringe Festival and The South Australian Living Artist Festival (SALA). Her most successful series so far is the Handwritten Dictionary, which took 5 years from conception to completion. "The concept of my artwork usually just comes to me from a simple idea that grows and forms into something that can eventually be hung on the wall....or worn on the body!" "I try to be unconventional in my approach, and to push boundaries." "My main tools are a 40 year old Minolta Film SLR, and Nokia 12MP and iPhone 12MP Digital Phone Cameras" Web: http://michellelee.redbubble.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org International Blog Mentions: http://richardraydigitalart.blogspot.com/2011/04/despair-chair