I love this effect by Brazilian photographer, Diego Kuffer, achieved by
compositing fragments of the same image taken at different points of time. From the original post on Boing Boing, Kuffer says:
Photography only lets you capture instants (even long exposures are only blurred instants). So, I hacked the idea of photography, mixing together many photos of the same scene into a single one, slicing and dicing the images and putting them back together, chronologically. I call the grammar behind it 'chrono cubism.'
Chrono cubism it is, then.