The artwork of Trevor and Ryan Oakes—identical twins who use drawing to investigate vision and sometimes mimic the results of a camera obscura. The Oakes produce their drawings on curved paper, because the curved surface mimics they way light enters the eye. The video won’t embed, so watch it http://graphics8.nytimes.com/bcvideo/1.0/iframe/embed.html?videoId=100000003056293&playerType=embed” target=”_blank”>here.
Read more about the artists in this piece: Redrawing an iconic photograph with camera-like precision from The New York Times.
The video references this iconic image, Edward Steichen’s, The Flatiron Building, (1905)
Another video of the Oakes drawing machine: