The Arduous Process Of Simmons & Burke

The Arduous Process Of Simmons & Burke

The digital artists scour the web for source material, using up to 5,000 images in one collage.

Dan Gould
  • 23 september 2010

A new Wired article looks at the arduous process of digital collage artists Simmons & Burke (who we’ve covered previously here). One of the pieces from their upcoming exhibition, If Not Winter uses an astounding 5,000 images sourced from Google image searches, and a host of other online sources.

Wired reports:

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