Live Print Mosaic Event: CosmoProf Las Vegas



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Live Digital Mosaic Event: LexisNexis



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Live Print Mosaic Event: Google at ISTE



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Live Print Mosaic Event: Mercedes at Pride Toronto



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Live Digital Mosaic Event: Bacardi’s GovBall NYC Mosaic



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Live Print Mosaic: Intel Employee Engagement


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Digital Interactive Mosaic Event: Snuggle ‘Bear Your Heart’ in NYC


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Intel selects Picture Mosaics to feature its mosaic technology at IDF 2015 Skylake press event

Intel picks Picture Mosaics’ app to show off its new Skylake i7 processor at the 2015 IDF press event! Picture Mosaics’ new 4K video mosaic technology optimized for Skylake to be featured in more upcoming Intel events. In front of the new demo are Joe Charpentier, VP of Engineering, and Al Charpentier, Founder and CEO.

Picture Mosaics Intel core i7 4k video & photo mosaic

At Picture Mosaics, we’ve spent the last 14 years pushing the boundaries of photo mosaic design in every way imaginable. We were honored to partner with Intel and present at the IDF 2015 press event in San Francisco! We were tasked with putting together a demo using our latest photo and video software to push the new Skylake i7 processor to its limit. Continue reading

Top Three DON’Ts of Photo Mosaic Design

Picture Mosaics - True Photo Mosaic Design

With the release of our Online Mosaic Tool, we gave the users a sizable amount of power when creating their own photo mosaics. But as we all know: with great power comes great responsibility! True photo mosaic design isn’t something that just happens. It requires plenty of practice and a keen attention to detail. Throughout the years, we’ve seen a number of mosaic shortcuts that result in cheap, false photo mosaics. A number of factors go into the process of creating a mosaic, but I’m going to focus on the top three DON’Ts of photo mosaic design.

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Michael Mapes’ Photo Mosaics of ‘Human Specimens’

Michael Mapes 'Human Specimens' Photo Mosaics

I’ve always found photo mosaics to be the perfect example of where art and technology work hand in hand. New York artist Michael Mapes takes a very scientific approach to his art, particularly in his series Human Specimens, where photographs are dissected and methodically reassembled to resemble a scientific study. Once these broken images are brought back together, the result is a maddeningly detailed photo mosaic study of the subject.

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