Mural Mosaic: Fantastic Mural Created From Hundreds of Original Paintings

Mural Mosaic is a project at the Town of Cochrane, Canada, where hundreds of original paintings by artists are combined into a giant mural.

The idea for the project came from artist Lewis Lavoie, who created the first Mural Mosaic by assembling scores of his own personal paintings into the face of Michelangelo's David (previously on Neatorama here). Since then, he has created the master image and designate panels to individual artists (with some color and shape guidelines - but the artists are free to create as they desire).

This one above is their latest, "Le Cadeau du Cheval / The Horse Gift" (2008), which is composed of individual paintings of famous horses.

Link - via holeinthedonut

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