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    Artist Andy Diaz Hope uses UV treatments on gelatin pill capsules to create his astounding pill mosaics. The diligent industrial designer begins the meticulous process by first digitally photographing locations and people and then inserting the imprints into the pills, piece by piece. Andy was kind enough to give us exclusive insight into his process: "The images are photographs that I print multiple times and then cut into a grid of squares which I roll and put into the capsules and press cl...


    Andy Diaz Hope creates mosaics out of pill capsules

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