After Pixel Art, here's Polo Art!


Onward Kashiyama Co., an apparel maker, recreated last Tuesday one of Vincent van Gogh's self-portraits, using 2070 of the conpany's polo shirts. It comes in 24 colors, including van Gogh's favorite bluish hue. 20 staffers worked about three and a half hours long to arrange the portrait at the Marunouchi Building in Tokyo's Chiyoda Ward, and was removed Sunday. All this in honor of the new range of polo shirts with the colors of van Gogh's painting. Anyway, it recalls Pixelart, but also its derivatives like Rubiks-cube Art, or Post-it Art. Images can be found here:

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Posted by Robinson @ 5/18/2010 07:43  |    2


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r1k (Level 1 Rookie) @ 5/23/2010 18:55

cool, saw this a little while ago.  Does anybody get the point of the youtube video in the second link though, and why the music has to be so dramatic in it?

PanicBomber (Level 6 Manager) @ 5/23/2010 12:50

lol insane! :D but so sweet :)

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