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"The Field Below" by Tomas Nasstrom, Blend Magazine. My fondness for this depends on what message is being sent. While it glamorizes hints of abuse, I'm not sure that it comments on them. Still, it's a style that could be used to make the commentary that's missing from this piece.

Emma Veronica Johansson by Tomas Näsström for Blend Magazine March/April Hair and makeup by Ignacio Alonso.

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There's something immediately and deeply disturbing about the masking of facial features-it's like it activities something primal-fight or flight-and takes more than usual time to realise it's someone with magazine pictures on their features.

David samuel stern

david samuel stern (The Jealous Curator)

New pieces by Brooklyn based artist David Samuel Stern. I’ve written about his woven portraits before, but when I saw his latest work I gasped out loud. Now, there are in fact images of men in t

Jean Faucheur - Photographie 2000 ? 20..

Jean Faucheur - Photographie - re-arrange facial features within different shapes

Le projet personnel “Scotch Tape” du photographe Wes Naman, qui s’amuse à littéralement scotcher ses modèles pour réaliser des portraits tordus et déformés vraiment excellents. Comme quoi parfois un rouleau de scotch vaut mieux que Photoshop !  Pour réaliser ses clichés, Wes Naman demande à ses modèles de faire une grimace, qu’il immobilise ensuite en les entourant de scotch.

20 portraits tordus et déformés au Scotch de Wes Naman

Wes Naman is currently based in New Mexico and he has created this hilarious scotch tape series. Naman has stuck layers of tape all around peoples faces giving them rather odd and funny features.

« Impermanence » est une série de portraits du photographe et microbiologiste coréen Seung-Hwan Oh qui baigne ses pellicules dans une culture de champignons avant de les utiliser. Les bactéries viennent dévorer le film pour un rendu abstrait et destructeur.

Abstract Film Camera Drowned Into Fungus

In his series Impermanence, South Korean artist Seung-Hwan Oh creates wonderfully distorted photographic portraits by growing emulsion-eating fungus on his film. Oh first allows the fungus to parti.

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