Over in the Utata group on Flickr, there’s a social photo game that we occasionally play. Somebody takes an image of a piece of art (e.g. a painting) and chops it into small squares. Each participant is then randomly allocated one of these squares and they have to take a photograph that represents the square – a real-world representation of the contents of their allotted piece. The photographs are then stitched back together to produce something that (hopefully) resembles the original painting.
We’ve just completed the Round 2 of Exquisite Corpse, and I think we did a pretty good job.
As before, I’ve put together a little widget to show the Utata version along with the original so you can compare the two. You can find that, along with our Round 1 result, here.