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About the Author
While at MIT, Robert Silvers worked on digital photography, holographic portraits, and photomosaics. He and his company, Runaway Technologies, are based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Famous faces seen as never before, from the creator and sole practitioner of the hottest new digital age art form
Robert Silvers's photomosaics have awed and enthralled hundreds of thousands, not only in his books but also on magazine covers, movie posters, games, and puzzles. His specially commissioned photomosaic portraits appear everywhere from the collections of Al Gore, Bill Gates, and the Library of Congress to MasterCard's award-winning print and TV advertising. Photomosaic Portraits includes Michael Jordan assembled from miniatures of the twentieth century's top athletes and Richard Nixon composed from photos of his enemies (including himself). Rich with humor and meaning, every one will spark party conversation or rapt hours of solitary contemplation.