Monday, November 7, 2011
Localized Perspective : Part 1
The concept behind Localized Perspective is simple. You can see the image from only one view point or perspective. If you are viewing the image from any other perspective the image will look distorted and random.
We started this project by first merging two images to show Juxtaposition. Juxtaposition is the placement of two things near each other for contrasting effect. you can see more of our juxtaposed images here.
The next step was to project the image on boxes at different depths, some close and some further away.
The boxes were then painted and set up. From most any perspective, the boxes don't make sense.
But when viewed from just the right perspective, the image comes together.