Sticky tape faces, Wes Naman. I like this because it relates to beauty distortion again and I find it really interesting.

Sticky tape faces, Wes Naman. I like this because it relates to beauty distortion again and I find it really interesting.

I like the fact that this artist has used the proportions of the face in a very abstract way by moving the features. This shows together and apart because all the features are there but they are in a muddled order.

I like the fact that this artist has used the proportions of the face in a very abstract way by moving the features. This shows together and apart because all the features are there but they are in a muddled order.

Francis Bacon. Self-Portrait. 1969.   --I cannot help wondering what put him over the edge (if anything)--some artists are wack, some are just good at digging into what that "wack" must feel like...

Francis Bacon. Self-Portrait. 1969. --I cannot help wondering what put him over the edge (if anything)--some artists are wack, some are just good at digging into what that "wack" must feel like...

Colorful Faceless Paintings - Artist KwangHo Shin Captures the Complexity of Human Emotions

Colorful Faceless Paintings - Artist KwangHo Shin Captures the Complexity of Human Emotions

Francis Bacon - self portrait I find it interesting on how his distorted faces can represent alienation.

Francis Bacon - self portrait I find it interesting on how his distorted faces can represent alienation.

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