There’s a fantastic new photography exhibition at the Oxford Museum of Natural History running from 27th of May until the 30th October.
Entitled ‘Microsculpture’ the exhibition showcases amazingly detailed ‘macro’ photography by British photographer Levon Biss showcasing insects from the museum’s extensive collection.
Each of the incredibly colourful and alien looking insect portraits are made up of 8,000 – 10,000 individual shots which are digitally composited into the final image which takes Levon 2-3 weeks to complete.
The exhibition will feature 25 large format prints which will show off the incredible detail and vibrancy of these compositions.
Visit Levon’s site at: microsculpture.net
Photography copyright Levon Biss / miscrosculpture.net