Monday, 31 January 2011


Recently, I discovered the, seemingly little-known, art of scanography. It basically involves scanning your face. In fact, I don't even think you need to scan your face but I'm not sure, I don't really know the specifics of it yet.
Anyway, I've only been trying it out for two days and I'm already addicted to it. I find myself discovering new ways of photography and things related to photography recently and becoming a little bit obsessed with them. First it was freelensing and now this. Who knows what next?
This is perhaps my favourite scanography shot I've taken(?) so far:
And now I have the topic question for my new art project at college, I can actually incorporate scanography into it. The topic is 'collections of everyday objects', which is very broad, I know. But, well, they always are in art. That's one of the best (and sometimes worst) things about it.
Here are a few other shots I took to link to my art project:
And I'm hoping for plenty more great shots to come. Better shots, fingers crossed.


  1. Haha this is hilarious ! I love your faces :D

  2. Love the first one with the frame. Kind of similar to one that I did last year for my drawing class. Except mine was a charcoal drawing of the picture. Probably the only non-photo piece of artwork I've ever done that I am proud of.