"Disintegrated" Car Photos Are Actually Meticulously-Crafted Composites

Amazing car images took two months each to create

"Disintegrated" Car Photos
"Disintegrated" Car Photos

Even if you're not a car buff, the images created by a Swiss artist named Fabian Oefner will likely still strike you as amazing.

In order to create the above image of a Ferrari 330 P4, he actually used a model that has been broken up into individual components. He then sketched out the final vision of the image and photographed each individual piece. He used string and blocks of foam to keep pieces in their relative position so the light would look correct.

He then used Photoshop to combine all the individual photos into one final photo. The process reportedly took about two months per image. That's commitment.

The images are part of the MB&F Mechanical Art Devices gallery, which looks to be full of all kinds of cool projects from talented folks.

From: Jalopnik