EyeArt - Your Eye....As Art

EyeArt - Your Eye....As Art
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Your iris is completely unique to you. Even identical twins have different irises. Yours developed while you were in the womb, and is one of the few parts of your body that will stay the same throughout your life.

No-one has just brown eyes or blue eyes. Each iris is made up of intricate shapes and hues, flecks of gold and green, even freckles”

EYE-ART uses its own patented technology to capture an ultra-high resolution photograph of your eye. With specialist image editing software we isolate the iris and enhance its detail, then create a professional quality art print for you to keep.

EYE-ART can pop up anywhere from events and press launches to festivals and private functions. We can also do individual commissions for those who want to give themselves or someone special a gift to remember.

No-one else in the world does what we do. This is because we came up with the idea of turning people's eyes into art and invented the technology to do it.

EYE-ART are the only photographers of the kind and use patented technology to capture an ultra-high resolution photograph of your eye. With specialist image editing software we isolate the iris and enhance its detail, then create a stunning piece of art for you to keep, either as a professionally-printed photograph or a digital version for sharing online.

At events, EYE-ART are consistently the most popular attraction, and the stand buzzes with people comparing each other's eyes while they wait for their turn to be photographed or to collect their prints. The images also generate a huge amount of social media chatter as visitors share their eye photos with friends and colleagues online.

Your images can be printed at the event or emailed

All images can be branded to achieve maximum exposure during and after an event.

“It’s so refreshing to have something new and relevant at an eyewear event”

Tina Bury, Specsavers