10 Days On Tinder – Artwork Made From Screenshots Of Tinder Profiles
Love me Tinder, Love me True…
French digital artist Pierre Buttin spent some time on Tinder and decided to create artwork out of Tinder madness.
Everyday, for 10 days, he took a screenshot of every profile he viewed, until he reached Tinder’s daily limit of 100 profiles. At the end of each day, he melded the 100 screenshots in Photoshop to generate one single image. The end result — 10 stunning, colorful images of 1000 people looking for love.
Head over to Pierre Buttin.com for the complete series.
Related: In Nov, 2015, Belgian artist Dries Depoorter juxtaposed profile photos of the same person from Tinder and LinkedIn in a project he called Tinder In.
Depoorter wanted to mock the dubious nature of online privacy by showing to the world what can be exposed so easily without us realizing it.
According to the artist.
My intention is to mock privacy in general. I want to expose what can be exposed so easily without us realizing it. From now on, I will continue this project without anyone being recognisably pictured.
Here is some of Depoorter’s work: