Her Majesty the Queen by Chris Levine
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Queen's hologram goes on display to Jersey

A holographic portrait of Her Majesty the Queen, which was commissioned by Jersey in 2004, is to go on display at Gorey Castle in May.

The work is being brought back to the island to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

The holographic portrait was originally commissioned to celebrate 800 years of Jersey's links with the British Crown.

The work was created by artist Chris Levine, who said the chance to do a portrait of the Queen was an honour.

Mr Levine said: "Looking at it a few years later I'm still pleased with the results now."

Director of Jersey Heritage, Jon Carter said: "It has become internationally famous, it mixes tradition with modern techniques."

  • 10 Feb 2012
  • From the section Jersey