Over the last year, Polish designer and illustrator Janusz Jurek has been exploring different forms of generative illustration as it relates to the human form. Some of my favorites are collected into a series title Papilarnie where bundled lines that look like lightning or roadways on maps converge into 3D arms, feet, and other incomplete bodies.
Les Sculptures de Emil Alzamora défient la Physique
Japanese photographer Yuichi Ikehata creates realistic sculptures of human body parts using clay, wire and paper. He then photographs the sculptures and merges them into unrealistic worlds to create Long Term Memory (LTM), an ongoing photographic series that “puts audiences in the ambivalent position of not knowing what is real and what is not.”
Painted faces, scarred bodies, wooden guns and extravagant headdresses: Amazing photographs reveal the lost world of the Omo tribes of Ethiopia
Step 1: "Then I heard booming "Hey, kid, what do you think you're doing!" spoken very loudly from the meat counter..I remember not looking at the man, but standing there, feeling humiliated because I knew everyone in the store must have heard him yell at me" (Cofer 436).
Stunning Photographs of the World’s Last Indigenous Tribes