Even if you’re unfamiliar with Hieronymus Bosch’s dazzling, expansive triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights, there’s a site dedicated to it that bets you might be mesmerized by its extraordinary qualities anyway.
In an incredible feat, this interactive experience takes a high-res image of the painting and enriches it with a 14-part tour, incorporating narration and sound. While the actual painting sits at the Prado in Madrid, anyone with access to a computer screen can now experience its rich tapestry and meditate on its themes of morality and sin. (Or whatever, there’s a lot of stuff in there).
Here’s a trailer for the film that’s a component of the site’s ambitious transmedia project: