São Paulo based artist Lucas Simões uses personal photos to create sequential images that give the sensation of movement much like that of cinema. Lucas explains, "These photos represent frames from a film. Each photo is often revealed by merely moving the image within the photo a few millimeters. They are woven in the form a wave and then fixed onto a support made of wood and cloth. The aligned and woven photos give the sensation of movement. They are my own reference to the cinema, without being cinema, hence the name “quasi-cinema.”

Find out more about Lucas' work here.

via [Colossal]