I think I probably made up the name Time-Slice but what I mean by it is layering slices of photo from a time lapse all together in one image like you will see in this top 5.
Nerhol is a project by artists Yoshihisa Tanaka and Ryuta Iida printing a number of photographs of peoples faces and sticking them on top of each other each one slightly smaller than the last.
Sam Javanrouh does much the same, but digitally in downtown Toronto.
Dan Marker-Morre captured a fantastic video of a stunning moonrise in LA and created this time-slice to show it as a single image.
With Fong Qi Wei we return to images where the slices are clearly visible. I like this for the same reason it’s great to see artists strokes on a painting, although it only works well in photos without clouds, some of Wei’s other work which you can see in the gallery at the bottom of the post looks a bit peculiar with a disjointed changing of colour.
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Here’s something similar and amusing in video format by Adrien Mondot and Claire Bardainne.