Combining two images of the same subject by slicing each image and then piecing them back together.

Self portrait ideas Mapping 2013 on Behance Use a process like this for "identity/self-concept" activity about skin color/shade/tone/palette. Put vertical photo strip of every child together on a couple images to make a collective face.

Trying to find my new identity and dreams. 1X - by LucyndaLu

I can't find myself by LucyndaLu

Trying to find my new identity and dreams. 1X - by LucyndaLu

I can't find myself by LucyndaLu

Milk Tears by Nadia Sarwar

Graphic Design Milk Tears by Nadia Sarwar

Faces: Photos by Diana Chyrzynska Photo-manipulated series of self portraits.

Faces: Photos by Diana Chyrzynska Photo-manipulated series of self portraits. - this would be good for a idea of what I would like mine to look like - it also cool as the hands represent the face with eyes and lips.

“I did not lose myself all at once. I rubbed out my face over the years washing away my pain, the same way carvings on stone are worn down by water. ” ― Amy Tan

* photo of gymnast is personal to me (from: hidden identity photography.

mixed media / photo-montage - art2day

▣ paul butler’s captivating paper cutouts.

Fragments by Ileana Hunter - Reminds me of a surrealist technique called Outography.

Original Portrait Pencil Drawing Fine Art Hands by IleanaHunter

Identity photography

Faceless portraits - similar to my first idea - changing social norms - experimental shoot

Multi exposure - facial features and hand blend - photoshop OR acetate layering

Illusion: I like the idea of distorting the face to create more emotion. Her hands unsuccessfully covering her face offers more meaning than the photo would hold without them.

A vanishing portrait by Annemarieke van Drimmelen and Anouk Griffioen

A vanishing portrait by Annemarieke van Drimmelen and Anouk Griffioen Sophie

Marylene Rutten

by Marylene Rutten / Untitled

Marylene Rutten

'Un/titled' Marylene Rutten ph.

Top 10 Most Surreal Photography

Creative Surreal Photography by Anja Stiegler

Creative Portraiture - Google+

Creative Portraiture - Flat Key Idea of hiding the face and revealing the underneath.

" Dismorfobina "is a series of photographs made ​​by the Spanish artist Natalia Pereira based in Barcelona. A series of portraits whose face was disfigured by a rubber band wrapped tightly around the subject's head reflects " the distortion of our identity when we are desperately trying to fit into a perfect mold that is not ours. An endless quest and need to be what we are not. "

Models Disfigured by Wrapping Elastic Bands on Their Heads

" Dismorfobina "is a series of photographs made ​​by the Spanish artist Natalia Pereira based in Barcelona.

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