FORTUNA: USING GOOGLE STREET VIEW IN ART

Fortuna: Using Google Street View In Art
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FORTUNA: USING GOOGLE STREET VIEW IN ART



Written by Dont Panic
02 Tuesday 02nd February 2016

It's pretty cool when you're on Google Street View and you zoom from one location to another, like you're going at warp speed (but probably down a junction in Bracknell, not a black hole). Brazilian illustrator Zansky has created a zine that uses this technique and reinterprets the movement in pink, orange and blue; he's titled it Fortuna, after the wheel of fortune and the serendipitous results that occur. Check it out.

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