Photographer Diane Meyer’s series called Time Spent that Might Otherwise Be Forgotten is a gorgeous selection of photographs incorporating small areas of pixelated cross-stitch that blurs out specific parts of the pictures. In some instances, it seem intentional, such as people’s faces, but in others it appears to be fairly random. I love the tactile nature of taking a 2D picture of a 3D occurrence and bringing some of the 3D back to it.
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