British photographer Levon Biss works in close collaboration with leading museums around the world to bring their hidden collections to a global audience. That’s partially where this project, Microsculpture, came from.
What you see below are not just photos: they are actually thousands of individual photographs stitched together to give viewers a true look at the tiny creatures around us.
Levon’s photographic process captures the finest of details, and his images are displayed as large format prints that provide the audience with a unique visual experience.
The final photographs in this collection are created from over 10,000 individual images using a bespoke camera system and microscope objectives, with the artworks revealing intricate details normally hidden from the human eye. The clarity in these photographs allows the viewer to closely study these beautiful insects and encourage a new level of respect and understanding of the tiny creatures with whom we share the planet.
See more of Levon’s work at levonbiss.com.