Almost three and a half years ago, Google launched Street View, a process that involves an army of Google cars armed with a unique nine lens camera that can provide 360° panoramic street-level views of various locations around the world.
With any number of uses it has to be Canadian based artist Jon Rafman with one of the more unique, his blog 9eyes documents those rare moments that you can only really capture through a Google Street View car.
Page after page of images that include hookers, gun wielding kids and elephants, they’re all there. We’ve got a selection included above but probably best to head over to the blog…
Found via @iaintait
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