Thursday, November 6, 2008

Meet Painting with Light

I call it "Vitruvian Dude"

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Leonardo da Vinci sketched the Vitruvian Man near the end of the 15th century as a representation of the proportionality found in the natural human body. For many, the image serves as a hybrid of art and nature (science) that developed during the Italian Renaissance. Since the creation of the original drawing, man’s understanding of himself and his world has evolved in ways da Vinci would have never imagined.

How we did it (major kudos to Polina for directing this fiasco):
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3 comments:

Gladstone said...

Sweet!

Christine said...

incredible! what a neat concept!

Clare said...

Phoebe, this is such a cool concept! I like the "evolve" over the top, too.