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or not Photos by Alexander Khokhlov Photos of models with their faces painted to make them appear two-dimensional. Valeriya Kutsan, the make-up artist, used different techniques of face painting inspired by modern art and graphic design. - See more at:

2D or Not 2D, Photos of Faces Painted With Colorful Designs That Look 2-Dimensional

'2D or Not 2D' by photographer Alexander Khokhlov, make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan, and photo retoucher Veronica Ershova.

Amazing makeup transforms models into iconic works of art.

Amazing Makeup Transforms Models Into Iconic Works Of Art.

Alexander Khokhlov, Photo, paint, newspaper and digital, These were chosen for the combination of the figure with representational illusions, manipulations and symbols. They also demonstrate a unified series and theme of work.

Face Illustrations by Alexander Khokhlov, photographer who uses the human face as a canvas to create illustrations in black and white.

2D or not 2D: Amazing Face Paintings by Valeriya Kutsan

A Strikingly Beautiful Face Painted in Black and White

Rarely has a photo series been as bluntly, concisely, and accurately titled as Alexander Khokhlov’s Weird Beauty. The Moscow-based photographer, known in part for his fashion and beauty work, captured a gorgeous model with her face entirely painted in black and white.

looking at the art of dance through an unusual lens, russian photographer alexander yakovlev has realized the 'mirages' series with flour and ballet dancers.

Striking Black and White Portraits of Art Painted on Faces

Moscow-based photographer Alexander Khokhlov has a striking series of portraits of models with various designs painted onto their faces. The faces are either painted completely black or completely white, and then used as a canvas for some kind of artwork

A Strikingly Beautiful Face Painted in Black and White

Rarely has a photo series been as bluntly, concisely, and accurately titled as Alexander Khokhlov’s Weird Beauty. The Moscow-based photographer, known in part for his fashion and beauty work, captured a gorgeous model with her face entirely painted in black and white.