These Tapestries Are Actually Photos Taken On Woven Film

South Korean photographer Seung Hoon Park creates art which I am not really sure how to catalog. While it is definitely photography (and magnificent one indeed), the medium is somewhat… unorthodox.

These Tapestries Are Actually Photos Taken On Woven Film

Seung uses big sheets of interwoven film strips as a medium to expose light onto. In an (understandably) secret process, Seung weave rolls of 8mm and 16mm film into tapestries that are then fed into an 8×10 camera. I am assuming that this entire process is done in total darkness. Seung then travels the world and takes photos of monuments and scenery. The results are stunning to match the effort.

These Tapestries Are Actually Photos Taken On Woven Film

These Tapestries Are Actually Photos Taken On Woven Film

These Tapestries Are Actually Photos Taken On Woven Film

These Tapestries Are Actually Photos Taken On Woven Film

These Tapestries Are Actually Photos Taken On Woven Film

These Tapestries Are Actually Photos Taken On Woven Film

These Tapestries Are Actually Photos Taken On Woven Film

These Tapestries Are Actually Photos Taken On Woven Film

These Tapestries Are Actually Photos Taken On Woven Film

These Tapestries Are Actually Photos Taken On Woven Film

For more of Seung Hoon Park’s work visit Susan Spiritus Gallery. [via Colossal]