Artist Maisie Broadhead has created a stunning recreation of an old photograph from the 1800s in her 'Ode to Hill and Adamson' video.
The video features a time-lapse production of the making of the Hill and Adamson portrait. The video starts out with what seems to be an empty room with a lonely looking picture frame standing in the center. Then all at once we see an interesting step-by-step creation process unfold. The film starts out with the placement of the back wall, which is then painted and decorated, and finishes off with another wall added to the front of the frame. Almost as if instantly transporting you into the picture frame, we see a painting come to life in the setting of someone's living room.
Maisie Broadhead, a London based artist, creates fine art photographic parodies. Her work is being shown in an exhibition in the National Gallery in London.
Textured Underwater Portraits
Punk Pretty Portraits
Submerged Face Self-Portraits
Submerged Water Portraits
Free 2019 Report & eBook
Get the top 100 trends happening right NOW -- plus a FREE copy of our award-winning book.
Our Research Methodology
This article is one of 350,000 experiments. We use crowd filtering, big data and AI to identify insights.