The Unresolved Image is an investigation in the topic of resolution and granularity in imaging and beyond. The main objective is to create a physically printed image that shows a different image depending on the viewer’s distance to the image. A fractal-like image that, to a viewer in motion, seamlessly resolves to the sum of its parts which are images again, in a seemingly infinite cycle. The goal is to generate the largest number of image steps possible at different viewing distances. For example an image that shows one image at an architectural distance all the way to an image at nanoscale imperceivable to the human eye.