Jean-François Rauzier is a French photographer who has developed the concept of 'hyperphotos' - 'stitching' together hundreds of enormous high-resolution images. Citadelle 2, which measures 180cm x 300cm (71 x 118 inches), was created from a total of 1,500 images, endlessly distorted and duplicated, depicting the first floor of a grand Parisian residence.*When you highlight a box, the image scrolls across an incredible Parisian hôtel particulier. To see this amazing collage of images, please click here. Anyone who is interested in French design and decor could spend hours scrolling through this massive image.
*From The Guardian.