The Human Printer

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Some one hundred and twenty years after Georges-Pierre Seurat completed his iconic A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, a group of artists called The Human Printer resurrected the art of pointilism by painstakingly recreating a photograph dot by dot using markers to replicate the halftone effect of CMYK printers.

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