Would you share your selfies on a giant 3D head? by Matthew Mohr

by Michael Irving

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For every good selfie you take, there are dozens of duds that you'd rather didn't see the light of day, but the fastest way to get over those insecurities might be to project those selfies onto a giant head for all to see. Accepting your own face and flaws, and how you present yourself to the world, was the impetus for a public art installation called As We Are, by Matthew Mohr Studios.

 

‘As We Are,’ by Matthew Mohr by Matthew Mohr

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by Michael Welton.

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First of all, there’s the sheer size of the thing.

It’s a 14-foot-tall, three-dimensional head. And it’s covered in 300 LED panels, populated by 850,000 LED lights.

Then there’s the photo booth in the back. Passersby in the Columbus Convention Center can slip behind a curtain there and have their photo made.

Et voila! Their image appears on the head itself, for all to see.

This Can’t Wait: As We Are by Dempsey Ewan

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By Mary Yost

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If you haven't seen it yet, check out the amazing new As We Are art installation, a 14-foot-tall 3D reimagining of the photo booth concept. The destination-worthy interactive exhibit was unveiled as part of the grand reopening of the Greater Columbus Convention Center after a $140 million expansion and renovation.