Do you bear in mind the I Spy guide collection? You already know, the books that cleverly composed numerous objects in a picture to supply a seemingly unending recreation of hide-and-seek. Effectively, every of these photographs had been meticulously crafted by picture illustrator Walter Wick and YouTube channel Insider has shared a behind-the-scene video that takes a have a look at the entire work that went into capturing the pictures and creating the books.

The four-minute video particulars how Wick managed to pair up with the late Jean Marzollo, the creator of the I Spy collection, to create the now-iconic books that had been printed by Scholastic. It additionally dives into how he meticulously crafted every scene and captured it with numerous digital camera techniques over time, starting from giant format cameras and 8x10in negatives within the early nineties to the digital digital camera he switched to in 2004—a Canon 5D.

It’s a fast and enjoyable watch properly price setting apart even for those who don’t have the time now to observe it.