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Lady Gaga Telephone Mosaic

"A sideways glance at the world of pop art, pop music, and music video."

I created this new work of fan art out of screen shots from Lady Gaga's pop hit videos Bad Romance and Telephone (featuring Beyonce).

Taken from a blend of stills from her now infamous Telephone video, the source portrait features Lady Gaga giving a candid glance into the video camera with a self-aware, almost sardonic, look in her eyes, as she turns to Beyonce and says, "You know what they say: Once you kill a cow, you gotta make a burger."

Top Pop Diva and Glam Rock Love, Lady Gaga and her image team, the Haus of Gaga, continue the tradition of shocking images and catchy tunes inspired by David Bowie, Queen, Annie Lennox, and Madonna. (Even Britney Spears - who turned down the chance to record Telephone herself - made a complete demo version!)

View this art work in the large size -- or, you can GAGA-SIZE IT.

Be sure to visit my latest Lady Gaga mosaic: Lady Gaga Marry the Night

I hope you enjoy it!!!

☆M, nevilleonwe, Sylverdali, and 158 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. honeybabe7 42 months ago | reply

    What fuck is this

  2. jeann_rox 42 months ago | reply

    Que coisa maravilhosa *---* amei

  3. Maryama Qandil 41 months ago | reply

    wow !! this is brilliant .

  4. sick_hypnotic 41 months ago | reply


  5. Joelstuff V4 40 months ago | reply

    You are invited to add this picture to the Fan Art Diva contest, please see the group discussion for guidance and rules. 57625784560930/

  6. alex evans3 39 months ago | reply

    I love lady gaga

  7. end prohibition [deleted] 39 months ago | reply

    as a serial slacker myself, perhaps if I had had one millionth of
    the motivation your followers must give to you.....well
    big fan of 'mash up' style. I use the free mozo dojo and cannot get
    the extraordinary manipulation of images you show.
    I do know how long it takes to get the right "photo pixels"
    and how many goes it takes to get the right 'mix'
    Lady Gaga is the most googled worldwide.
    As a result, I stick her name on every image I produce!
    Great work, and thank Dawkins only 350 to look at! [ so and so p/stream (5,986,765) ]

  8. Jane in Colour 38 months ago | reply

    Excellent effect, very eye catching!!

  9. nhexum 38 months ago | reply

    Excellent sense of self illustrated through careful consideration to seemingly irrelevant deatials.!! Continue the quality work, self exploration, and analysis of comtempory figures who dictate modern style.

  10. summertom 38 months ago | reply

    still my favorite...

  11. rbdal (Back online) 38 months ago | reply

    I am impressed. Have you seen this one by Ben Heine? I included this image in My mosaic of mosaics Rick

  12. tramy268 36 months ago | reply

    Wow, very nice. I'am fan of Lady Gaga. And like collection albums of her.
    Lady GaGa - Albums

  13. Kryddor 35 months ago | reply

    Reklambyrå Falun


    This was a cool picture of Gaga!

    Thanx for sharing this!

  14. Vü Düc Thinh [deleted] 34 months ago | reply

    Yum, that's fabulous!!! :X I'm gonna take it as my new (later!) wallpaper! Thanks for the making!

  15. qthomasbower 34 months ago | reply

    Thank you! This was actually my first one. (Of Gaga - not my first mosaic! LOL.)

    My favorite part is her left eye (to our right). I made a video that starts focused all the way in on that eye, just like it was a scene from the video, and then slowly pans out. I should find that..

    Thank you everyone! For all the wonderful support for this mosaic!

  16. Vü Düc Thinh [deleted] 34 months ago | reply

    I DO feel that thing you say! You made mosaics out of her portraits/faces from the videos. It looks both realistic &, well, surreal! X

  17. qthomasbower 26 months ago | reply

    The latest Lady Gaga video mosaic is here!

    Lady Gaga Marry the Night

    I hope you enjoy it!!!

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