Ingeniously breaching the gap between art and science, Robert Silvers’ ubiquitous Photomosaics portray iconic images throughout history and contemporary culture. Thousands of miniature photographs fuse together into an elaborate collage to create a central image composed of either portraits of well-known personalities — such as Marilyn Monroe — world currency, or fascinating renditions of masterpiece paintings.
Silvers invented his craft while still a student at MIT. His intricate works have gained worldwide acclaim as part of famous art collections such as AXA Courtage, CNN, Disney, Fortune Magazine, IBM, Lucasfilm Ltd., MasterCard International, National Geographic, Newsweek, and the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. He is also known for his large-scale murals for the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco, CA, Coca-Cola, the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, and McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, NV. Robert Silvers resides outside Boston, Massachusetts.