Pep Ventosa‘s style of deconstructing and reconstructing photographic images to create new mosaic-like works is like nothing I’ve ever seen before. His process involves taking as many as 101 photographs of a single subject and then piecing them together like a jigsaw puzzle, creating an entirely new visual experience. I am in love with the image of La Pedrera in Barcelona – I think Antoni Gaudí would be proud.
Wow! Love these and love all of Gaudi’s work!
Thanks for sharing. Fantastic !
Gaudi would be proud, those are such interesting photos. Very meticulously beautiful… – Aliya
oooh love it!
So gorgeous. It gives the feeling that the images are made of pixels.
These are so beautiful! I love deconstructed they are while still seemingly put together. There’s an interesting dynamic in each of these photographs between dark and light.
wow the pics are truly stunning
This is pretty cool. It kinda looks like digital cable that’s not coming in so great.
These pictures are amazing, they are so surprising and full of details…
It’s been a while since I’ve seen somthing this interesting!
I love the distorted look!
Thanks for sharing these, they really are exquisite. And you are so right, Gaudi would definitely approve.
These are lovely images. David Hockney was doing this stuff in the old days, you should check them out if you like this, i’m sure he was an inspiration Ventosa… X
They look beautiful! In any other setting this would count as imperfect, but somehow imperfect is more interesting 🙂 Also nice way to illustrate how fleeting a moment is, when even buildings look different from one minute to another.
And I was sure I recognised the second photo, turns out it was taken in San Sebastian which I visited briefly a few years ago!
Super cool!! xoxo
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When I saw the photo of la casa de La Pedrera I instanctly thought: what’s that great view of La Pedrera? These photos are the original interpretation of classics in architecture, thanx for sharing! xx
This is a basic assignment in high school Photo 101 classes. Hardly an accomplishment.
i just got back from barcelona. love gaudi!
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amazing spread! I love reconstructed works. Such cool photos!
These are gorgeous! I wouldn’t mind one for my apartment.
would do anything to go back to venice. it is such a magical city. these are great photos.
very much like david hockney’s work (http://drseussjuice.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/david-hockney.jpg) but i like these images better. beautiful!
Agreed!That Barcelona image is divine! Favourite city!
amazing! I did a photo project at school with this kind of style but mine didn’t look half as good as these!
what neat pictures…
What if we saw the world like this? Very cool compilations.
this is so awesome! you really find the coolest stuff.
wow, i love the second image of the venice canals. absolutely stunning.
This is simply amazing! 🙂
These are quite beautiful. Not to take anything away from them but David Hockney did this with photographs in the 80s. (search David Hockney photographs).
Great works! I also like Gaudi’s style and I keep very good memories of my visits like the Casa Batlon and others in Barcelone.
interesting, thanks for sharing
How incredibly beautiful!
So interesting and beautiful to look at.
fabulous art work!!
Hi The picture of de church´s street is San Sebastian (Basque country)