Recently being in the market for a new car, I stumbled upon these two very cool mosaics when visiting their brand’s Facebook pages. I added my photo and really felt like I was part of the brand experience. I never realized that a mosaic could offer such a unique consumer-brand building experience, but these two mosaics do just that.
A friend recently forwarded me this very cool social photo montage experience. The application was built for Intel’s new line of processors; although I am not sure how it directly relates to the processors, it makes a great impression. Nevertheless, the ending part of the on-the-fly video results in a very amazing mosaic that is built from all of your Facebook friends.
I happen to be walking through Times Square last weekend, when I stumble upon one of the most stunning mosaics I have ever seen. It was at least 70 to 80 feet tall and made up of varying sized photos (also known as multi-size-cells by the creators). The mosaic was promoting eHarmony 10th Anniversary.
Once in a while an online mosaic project catches my eye, and this one is definitively did! I think I have already spent over 4 hours just looking and reading about all of the users posted travel photos. I can’t think of a more interesting or captivating way to show so many photos at once than in a mosaic, and this mosaic is no exception!
For all those hard core Harley-Davidson fans, an interactive online mosaic has been created. Thousands of Harley-Davidson fans uploaded photos to be included in the Harley-Davidson 2010 motorcycle catalog an online interactive version. be sure to check it out here: http://www.h-d-mosaic.com
I recently stumbled upon a very neat personal project where a photographer took photos of her family every day for a year. She then compiled all of these photos into one amazing photo mosaic, be sure to check it out here: http://amandakern.wordpress.com/2009/08/06/205-days-of-365-mosaic
I typically do not make direct posts about any of the services or products I have reviewed, but this was just way to cool to not make a post. If you haven’t recently visited Picture Mosaics, be sure to take take a second to a look at their homepage feature video…
I’ve already watched it over 20 times 🙂 Very impressive!
To mark the inauguration of our 44th President, Barack Obama, The Fresno Bee and Picture Mosaics have created a very cool interactive mosaic. The mosaic is made up of all past presidents. The online mosaic also features a very impressive tour mode and pull down menu that allows you to find any president very quickly. The mosaic was also printed the the front page of the Fresno Bee Sunday’s (January 18th, 2008) paper.
On November 9th 2008, a huge 8 foot by 10 foot photo mosaic was displayed at the FuseTV after party for the 2008 CTAM Summit.
Hip-Hop legend LL Cool J hosted the super fun after party. The photo mosaic mural was a large FuseTV logo made up of all the music artists that passed through the studio doors. For those of you not familiar with FuseTV, it basically a great music video cable channel that actually still plays music videos! 😉
I hope to have photos of this impressive mosaic posted/linked shortly!