Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

July 27, 2013 | in Illustration

Catalan artist Sergio Albiac didn’t use actual stardust in his project. He created his works using the images made with the Hubble Space Telescope.

Pictures of the vast expanses of space, made at different times with the Hubble Space Telescope, are miraculously transformed into portraits. Sergio Albiac uses a computer program that transforms images sent to him by Internet users into portraits formed by nebulae and pieces of whole galaxies. The author plans to make more than one hundred thousand portraits, so, you have the opportunity to join the project by sending a picture of yourself using the author’s website.

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

Stardust Portraits by Sergio Albiac

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