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November 24, 2006

Bert Simons' head

Bert Simons self-portrait in paper

Dutch artist Bert Simons decided to do a self-portrait. So he covered his face with reference dots, photographed his face from various angles, did a lot of headache-inducing calculations, created more than 100 images of various facets of his face, printed them out, and finally glued them all together to come up with the bust you see above. See his website for the full process.

If you want your own Bert Simons head, he's created this pdf of all the parts. Print it out, then grab your scissors and glue and get to work.

Posted by Chris Spurgeon at November 24, 2006 11:07 PM

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