Marco Island resident Kathy O'Brien, from right, and her friend, Naples resident Terry Kalten, use a magnifying glass to view tiny images that compose a larger image called 'Gisele vs. Brady, After Penn' inside the Cavalier Galleries, Inc. booth during opening night of the Naples International Art & Antiques Fair at the Naples International Pavilion on Thursday night. The image, a large black and white photo of Gisele Bundchen taken by photographer Irving Penn, is made up of tiny images of Tom Brady, and was recreated by artist Alex Guofeng Cao. Hundreds of people attended the event where  about 40 vendors displayed items such as Renoir paintings, a signed photograph of Abe Lincoln - his first taken as President of the United States. The event is a fundraiser for the Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts. Lexey Swall/Staff

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Marco Island resident Kathy O'Brien, from right, and her friend, Naples resident Terry Kalten, use a magnifying glass to view tiny images that compose a larger image called "Gisele vs. Brady, After Penn" inside the Cavalier Galleries, Inc. booth during opening night of the Naples International Art & Antiques Fair at the Naples International Pavilion on Thursday night. The image, a large black and white photo of Gisele Bundchen taken by photographer Irving Penn, is made up of tiny images of Tom Brady, and was recreated by artist Alex Guofeng Cao. Hundreds of people attended the event where about 40 vendors displayed items such as Renoir paintings, a signed photograph of Abe Lincoln - his first taken as President of the United States. The event is a fundraiser for the Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts. Lexey Swall/Staff

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