In her latest and ongoing project, artist Dina Kelberman has created a fantastic blog that documents patterns found on Google Image Search.
Called ‘I’m google‘ the project involves a seamless link between pictures found via image search, from one subject to the next based on similarities in form, composition, colour, and theme.
The result is a colourful and intriging compliation of images that links pictures of planes dropping fire retardant to orange kayak to a bridge, which all feels so natural when you go through the blog.
The Tumblr blog came out of Dina’s natural tendency to spend long hours obsessing over Google Image searches, collecting photos she found beautiful and storing them by theme.
Often the images that interested her are of industrial or municipal materials or everyday photo snapshots, not those that appear to be intentionally artistic.
Follow her blog here.