This is a "no big deal" kind of thing, but after thinking a bit more about it, I wonder about copyright issues. From the Wall Street Journal this morning, an article on the proliferation of camera phones and how it impacts photography. One side not in the article talks about how Amsterdam-based artist-design Erik Kessels used 950,000 pictures posted on flickr in a 24 hour period in 2011, for his art piece. http://www.complex.com/art-design/2...r-photo-installation-on-show-in-san-francisco It's a pile of pics, so it's very unlikely anything personal would be noticed. It's certainly a mole hill thing, and I don't want to focus on this one artist, but can you really just download someone's picture and use it in a larger artwork like this? I find it kind of degrading to the time and effort put in by the original photographer, and I wonder about it's legality, or at least the Flickr TOS. Or, does the use of the photo (printed and tossed into the pile) alter the original work enough, to make it OK for copyright? Just curious what others might think.