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Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” recreated with Hubble images of starry nights

September 28, 2012 | By Abraham | 1 comment

On an evening when cloudy weather postponed his astronomy research, Harvard PhD student Alex Parker uploaded the top hundred images from the Hubble telescope into a mosaic-making program and recreated Van Gogh’s classic painting…

Here’s a detail…

And here are 3 examples of the images that the mosaic is made of…

Other fantastic Van Gogh re-creations…

(via The Daily Mail)

One Comment

  1. Annie MacDonald says:

    Extraordinary!!
    Splendid Idea.. gives another layer of depth to the finished image.
    + I didn’t know such a thing as a ‘mosaic-making program’ even existed.

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