Junk Portrait Illusion

Zac Freeman began collecting junk found in dumpsters.  Next, he glued them to a wooden substrate to create images, mainly portraits. His artworks are made by assembling on a large-scale (the pieces average about 28″ by 35”) similar to that of the early 90s hit show, Art Attack.

When viewed up close, a group of small meaningless objects is compiled.  However, when seen from far away, these are impressive work of illusion art.

Junk Portrait Illusion

Junk Portrait Illusion

Junk Portrait Illusion

Junk Portrait Illusion

Junk Portrait Illusion

Junk Portrait Illusion

Junk Portrait Illusion

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