'Art of the Sky' by Daniel Dancer Uses Real People and Colorful T-Shirts

By: Annie Ho - Published: Jul 1, 2010 • References: inconcertwithnature & thisblogrules
The works within 'Art of the Sky' by Daniel Dancer take some real talent and patience to create. The pixelated images you see above are actually comprised of people wearing colorful shirts. Dancer is an artist and photographer who uses up to 4,000 people to create a single incredible shot.

Daniel Dancer's participants must lay in positions that maximize visibility of their t-shirts; their placement must also be correct the first time, as Dancer takes all of his photographs from the aerial perspective of a plane. To see more 'Art of the Sky' by Daniel Dancer, see the links provided. Stats for Human Collages Trending: Older & Chilly
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