These stunning pictures have been created purely by growing grass under controlled lighting conditions.
British artists Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey have developed a technique to manipulate the process of photosynthesis, where light is converted into glucose, to create different tints of yellows and greens. The groundbreaking duo effectively transform a piece of turf into a form of photographic paper, projecting a negative image onto a patch of grass as it grows in a dark room.
Using the natural photosensitive properties of the grass to reproduce photographs they produce these beautifully detailed portraits.
From close up the photographs look like an ordinary stretch of lawn but viewed from a distance they are transformed into something resembling a vintage photo.
The portraits can last for months, sometimes years, however the works fade over time.
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