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Marilyn Monroe Portrait made of tiny Figures  - at first glance, this portrait appears to have been taken from an aerial perspective, showing dozens of people forming the facial features of Marilyn Monroe.  Just a closer examination reveals, that Atlanta-based artist Craig Alan painted the tiny figures. C

Aerial portraits using people as 'pixels' These portraits that are created by artist Craig Alan have gained popularity around the web re.

Marilyn was a beautiful,confident and curvy woman. She wasn't afraid to be herself and that's why I'm not afraid to be myself either. I am unique, I am not a copy.

Ain't no way in hell a girl of and 118 lbs is gonna be THAT thick. Marilyn's weight was 118 at its smallest. 140 was her weight whenever you see her super curvy.

Art Symphony: Iconic Portraits Formed by Clusters of Tiny People by Craig Alan

Art Symphony: Iconic Portraits Formed by Clusters of Tiny People by Craig Alan

When we organize we are capable to do anything. Amazing.

American artist Craig Alan creates unique portraits of pop-culture icons using people as pixels. Audrey Hepburn from Breakfast At Tiffany’s.

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Craig Alan recreates portraits of famous people using actual people as pixels! Aerial Photography Portraits by Craig Alan

Using real people to make a portrait of Marilyn Monroe - Craig Alan

Charming by Craig Alan. Art and Frames Gallery, Coronado, CA.

Marilyn Monroe by Craig Alan

Marilyn Monroe - Pop Art/Interactive Art - Craig Alan Pixel pictures made by groupings of people.

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Portraits Made Using People - 3 images - Literally a still life portrait!

Craig Alan Artist

Art Symphony: Iconic Portraits Formed by Clusters of Tiny People by Craig Alan

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