Data + Design Project

The Distorted Bridges of Google Earth

Wednesday 03.09.2011 , Posted by
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Exploring connections between digital systems and art, Clement Valla has captured some very interesting shots from Google Earth. The images take advantage of the distortion created by the popular map programs terrain software, revealing bridges that look as if they have been bent under great weight, heat or the brush of Salvador Dali. See more great captures at clementvalla.com














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  1. this is hilariously great.

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