After moving into their new dorm room, Caleb Ungewitter and his roommate Kyle decided that their walls looked too empty, so they decided to decorate it with a photo. Not just any photo, mind you, but a gigantic do-it-yourself print of a beautiful city skyline. Using a free program called The Rasterbator, they converted the photograph into 152 separate frames, which they printed out themselves and attached to the wall in a grid.
The entire process took just 1.5 hours, and they created this time-lapse video condensing the process into three minutes:
If you want to try your hand at something similar, you can download the program for free. Be warned though — the ink (or toner) won’t be cheap.
The Rasterbator (via Reddit)