‘Off’ by Johan Rosenmunthe is a photo set that’s selectively pixelated for a peculiar effect that reminds me of loading an image on a slow Internet connection. Key details of each shot, like faces, are blurred, rendering them at once intriguing and frustrating.
Pixelation is a photography technique that we’ve seen used intentionally for effect. Click through the gallery above to see more images from ‘Off’ by Johan Rosenmunthe, and keep on clicking for more pixelated features.
There's Something 'Off' About Johan Rosenmunthe's Art
1. Selective Pixelation in Photography - Opportunity to explore the use of selective pixelation in creating provocative and intriguing photography.
2. Digitally Rendered Art - Exploration of digital media in creating art with unique elements and visual effects.
3. Blur as Artistic Technique - Incorporating blurring as a technique for enhancing the aesthetic appeal of photographs.
1. Visual Arts - Incorporating digital techniques in traditional visual art forms.
2. Marketing and Advertising - Using selective pixelation in creating visually striking and memorable campaigns.
3. Media and Entertainment - Incorporating selective pixelation and other visually disruptive elements in film and television productions.