What's that you're looking at? Sure it's art, but not the kind that you think. You might say it's a definitive example of a whole being greater than the sum of its parts. And the answer is quite moving.
What you're looking at is The Matrix. Yes, the movie. The terrific new Tumblers over at moviebarcode have created a series of images in which they've compressed every single frame from a given film and put them in one giant image. There's a whole treasure trove at the site, from Oscar nominees to cult classics, but you can practise on these to see how well you know your favourites. [moviebarcode via Geekosystem]