On May 30, 1911, Ray Harroun would be the first ever winner of the Indy 500. Since the inaugural race, the Indianapolis 500 has always had an audience. This year’s pandemic broke that streak. On August 23, 2020 the Indy 500 ran with no audience. However, through a photo mosaic, fans of the Indy 500 were able to attend the race in a new way. Continue reading
In 2009, The Mario Lemieux Foundation contacted us to create a massive 20ft x 8ft photo mosaic mural in the Pittsburgh Penguins PPG Paints arena along with two interactive kiosk and an interactive online mosaic and kiosk. The Mario Mosaic was a great way to involve the community and help raise funds for cancer and neonatal research; it was a main attraction at the new hockey arena. To celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Mario Lemieux Foundation. Picture Mosaics has teamed up with the foundation again to completely overhaul the mosaic mural, kiosks, and online mosaic.
Last year, Penn State’s Dance Marathon Alumni Interest Group (DMAIG) contacted us with questions about creating an interactive fundraising campaign. They were looking for a way to rally support for the Penn State Dance Marathon (THON) and their efforts to stop childhood cancer. The plan was to have the final photo mosaic printed and displayed at PSU main campus. It didn’t take long for our team to recommend our online & social interactive mosaic platform.
As Barack Obama’s historic presidency came to a close, Picture Mosaics helped orchestrate an interactive experience for Obama’s fans to say thank you. The goal was to allow each supporter to show their appreciation, while coming together as a whole to say “Thanks, Obama” in what will be the largest digital standing ovation in history – #TheStandingO.
With Our release of our Online Mosaic Tool, you now have the ability to create a custom photo mosaic in a few easy steps. The first step is choosing your source image. Landscapes are a popular source images used with our tool. Landscapes can make for some beautiful photo mosaics, but here are a few tips to get the best results! Let’s take a look at what makes a good landscape source image.