Like I have told you, when someone sends me something that I am interested in, I will pass it on you you.
As you have noticed, I have been contacted by some very talented people and organizations of late. The most recent being Fisheye Vertigo. Fisheye Vertigo has been around for quite a while, and features every major Chicago team in their work. Check out one of their pieces:
This Chicago White Sox themed piece, entitled “A Night at the Cell”, was taken in 2008 and uses 46 different photographs from throughout the game capturing a true White Sox experience. All of the Fisheye Vertigo collection is available in multiple sizes with different framing options and are completely constructed by hand, layering every photo on top of each other to create a cohesive image. They are not just simple prints, but handmade pieces of art.
Fisheye Vertigo Photography doesn’t just take one photo of a single moment in a game and call it a day. They create panoramic pieces made up of photos from throughout an entire game capturing the true essence of the sport.
Fisheye Vertigo has many pieces that might entice you. Check ‘em out:
I love the pictures, but I found myself wondering where he begins, and how Justin finishes these works of art. So I e-mailed him, and he sent me his Youtube link.
It’s hard to doubt a guys work, when he puts it out there for all to see. Fisheye Vertigo makes any picture come to life. I don’t have one myself yet, but I will soon. You should look in to getting one yourself.
Become a fan of Fisheye Vertigo on FACEBOOK.
Don’t forget the e-mail address:
Go Sox, and Fisheye Vertigo!