More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean. More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.
These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean.

More screenshots captured from glitches in Google Maps. I’m not sure what causes these diagonal lines, but the effect they have is pretty interesting. There even appears to be somewhat of a glitch in the Maps layer with some strange gray and white lines appearing.

These Google Maps screenshots are of few Russian islands in the Arctic Ocean.

Although it’s not really a glitch, per se, I really like how it looks when satellite images taken at different times are overlayed next to each other on Google Maps. These are images of Svalbard. Although it’s not really a glitch, per se, I really like how it looks when satellite images taken at different times are overlayed next to each other on Google Maps. These are images of Svalbard. Although it’s not really a glitch, per se, I really like how it looks when satellite images taken at different times are overlayed next to each other on Google Maps. These are images of Svalbard. Although it’s not really a glitch, per se, I really like how it looks when satellite images taken at different times are overlayed next to each other on Google Maps. These are images of Svalbard. Although it’s not really a glitch, per se, I really like how it looks when satellite images taken at different times are overlayed next to each other on Google Maps. These are images of Svalbard.

Although it’s not really a glitch, per se, I really like how it looks when satellite images taken at different times are overlayed next to each other on Google Maps. These are images of Svalbard.

"Battleship" and "Cruiser" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013. "Battleship" and "Cruiser" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

"Battleship" and "Cruiser" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

"Flare" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

Part of the Sharp Circles series.

"Cirrus (Alternate 2)" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

If you’re familiar with my work, you’ll notice that I have been working with a new process lately, as indicated by my recent posts. I especially like this one because it looks like ice crystals forming on a piece of glass.

Click the image to view it a bit larger.

"Cirrus (Alternate 1)" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

If you’re familiar with my work, you’ll notice that I have been working with a new process lately, as indicated by my recent posts. I especially like this one because it looks like ice crystals forming on a piece of glass.

Click the image to view it a bit larger.

"Cirrus" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

If you’re familiar with my work, you’ll notice that I have been working with a new process lately, as indicated by my recent posts. I especially like this one because it looks like ice crystals forming on a piece of glass.

Click the image to view it a bit larger.

"Monumental" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

From the “Sharp Circles” series.

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"Stratus" and an alternate design by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013. "Stratus" and an alternate design by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

"Stratus" and an alternate design by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

I love these.

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9 portraits, 2010

  1. Camera: Nikon D200
  2. Aperture: f/1.8
  3. Exposure: 1/125th
  4. Focal Length: 50mm

"Stellar" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013

"Aztec" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013.

I started out with a pixel art picture of myself and went through a series of processes to reach this result. As with much of my work, I didn’t really know exactly what it was going to look like at first. One of my friends said it looks like something “postmodern Aztec”, hence the title.

"Atlantis" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013. From the Sharp Circles series.

"Slab" by Gregory E. Pilling / Chromador, 2013

Here’s one more awesome reblog before resuming posting my own art tomorrow.

Here’s one more awesome reblog before resuming posting my own art tomorrow.

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