Surrealist Postcards From Google Earth

Surrealist Postcards From Google Earth
technology

Who knew Google was hiding art within Google Earth? Artist Clement Valla zoomed in and discovered some amazingly unusual images.

Kyana Gordon
  • 8 march 2011

Artist Clement Valla takes screenshots of distorted bridges in Google Earth and collects them as part of his series Postcards from Google Earth. Since Google is constantly updating its software and product offerings, surely this representation will soon disappear. These surrealist images reveal the Salvador Dalí touch hidden within Google Earth as bridges droop, roads look suspended and the entire 3D world looks as if it’s melting right before your eyes. Here’s what Valla says about the pictures:

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