Aiming to bridge the gap between digital design and "physical, haptic, and handcrafted product" (and really, who isn't?!?), the folks at Photocarver developed a special milling machine that transforms digital images into large, high-relief'd wood panels that, when viewed from a distance, appear to be large-format black & white photos, but up close, reveal themselves as meticulously cut sculptures.
To have one made, simply upload a photo, select an orientation (portrait or landscape), the style of relief (stippled or linear), whether you prefer it left natural or dyed black, and your desired level of contrast.
Published: March 12, 2013 at 1:36pm EDT
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