We here at Bit Rebels have the luxury of being able to constantly switch up our work, and I think that is the reason why we can stay so inspired. Diana and I constantly remind each other that we are truly lucky to be able to do what we do, and just knowing that alone could probably keep us going for years and years. What is so inspiring is finding new stuff to share with you guys. To see the responses and comments about how you enjoy what we share is another thing that keeps us constantly charging our dedication. What we really love is to change up our articles so we don’t focus too much on just one subject so we can keep it fresh in every way.
Something that is especially inspiring is when we find something that really amazes us out of our wits. That is exactly what the work of Eric Daigh does, and I have been pouring over his images for a few minutes now and they are incredible. The art that Eric creates is not only amazing, but it’s also impressive from the standpoint that it takes a long time to create it, and I am not talking about just a day’s worth of time here. I am talking about weeks of preparation, and then some additional weeks of actually putting the pins in the right location in order to create the realistic portraits he manages to unearth.
Thousands upon thousands of push-pins have been used in his portraits, and the different colored pins he uses to create the portraits are carefully positioned beside each other in order to create certain shades. The result is really stunning, and if viewed from a distance (which you are able to simulate on Eric’s website), you cannot even tell that the portraits are created using push-pins. If this doesn’t fit the epic category of artwork, I really don’t know what does. I take it that you are already on your way to the office supply room to get some push-pins so you can pimp that cubicle of yours, right?