Dario Gambarin uses an unusual medium for his art — a field in Castagnaro, Italy. His latest work is a 328-foot portrait of Pope Francis, created in six hours with a tractor.
Gambarin says he "uses his plough as a painter would a brush," according to The Telegraph. He doesn’t measure the field before beginning, but uses his instinctive sense of proportion to use the field as his canvas.
Someone will undoubtedly lay a copy of the shroud over the photograph of the field and announce that this proves the shroud’s image was created by a space alien named Leonardo, which rhymes with Gambarin, right?