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33,000 students' artwork on display - Children's Art Photomosaic @ McCarran International Airport

Celebrated artist Robert Silvers invented the Photomosaic process while still a student at MIT. Silvers used thousands of images depicting planes, trains and automobiles submitted by nearly 33,000 elementary, middle and high school students from Clark County to recreate the ten winning images through the digital art form. The 10 images are presented on glass panels measuring 8' x 12', mounted just off the wall and backlit to create an artfully-inspired experience for passing travelers. The Photomosaic is located in the D Gates at Terminal 3. Explore the new Children's Art Photomosaic interactive website @ www.mccarran.com/Relax/AirportArt/ChildrensArt.aspx

Length: 1m 40s

October 22, 2012
62 months ago


Jazmin Brooks

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