Photo Turned Room

Photo credit: Tony Walsh | Chris Engman / Luis De Jesus Angeles

Always wanted to step inside a breathtaking photo? If so, then photographer Chris Engman’s latest installation is just for you. Simply put, he took one of his landscape photos, sliced up massive 2D prints, and then plastered the slices on the walls, ceilings, and floors. In other words, if a projector was used to display the photo into the space, this is what it would look like. Continue reading for a behind-the-scenes look, more images and information.

Photo Turned Room
Photo Turned Room

“From a certain vantage point when looking into the room, you’ll see the entire photo as it was captured. Walk into the room or view it from an alternative angle, however, and you’ll see how portions of the frame have been stretched out to provide the perspective illusion,” reports Peta Pixel.

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Photo Turned Room
Photo Turned Room
Photo Turned Room