Google Earth as a source of Surrealist Art

Google Earth as a Source of Surrealist Art

In a series entitled Postcards from Google Earth, Clement Valla curates a collection of Salvador Dali-like images of warped, twisted and disconnected bridges.

None of the pictures have been manipulated in any way. They’re artifacts caused by the way Google processes and displays data in Google Earth. Where aerial imagery doesn’t align or is draped over coarse terrain.

Clement makes the point that Google will eventually improve the quality of its data For that reason ‘They are artifacts worth preserving’.

via dvice


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