Wednesday, 10 October 2012

British Airways Makes Push-Pins Art Posters

Playing on the practice of using push-pins to mark destinations on maps, Bartle Bogle Hegarty’s latest campaign posters for British Airways feature symbolic images of US destinations created entirely out of push-pins.

Using over 6,000 regular push-pins, artist Wesley West took special care to ensure that each pin is positioned in such a way as to allow for a 3D effect.

The three, six-foot tall works of art—depicting the Statue of Liberty, the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge and a Rodeo moment—were then captured by the lens of still-life photographer Leon Steele.

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