Artist Becomes One With Animals By Replacing Her Eye With Theirs (By…

Artist Becomes One With Animals By Replacing Her Eye With Theirs (By Photographer Flóra Borsi)

The close up eyes of people all have a different texture depending on their colour, each eye is unique. I love how at first it doesn't even seem like its an eye.

Stunning Self Portraits of a Woman Sharing an Eye with Various Animals - My Modern Met

Stunning Self Portraits of a Woman Sharing an Eye with Various Animals

Hungarian photographer Flóra Borsi is an eyeful. Animeyed, her latest project, features animals superimposed over self-portraits so that the two faces overlap, sharing one eye in common. The surreal effect is compounded by Borsi’s use

Artist Becomes One With Animals By Replacing Her Eye With Theirs (By Photographer Flóra Borsi)

Artist Becomes One With Animals By Replacing Her Eye With Theirs (By Photographer Flóra Borsi)

eyes,cat eyes,Pigeons, rabbits, fish, snakes eyes,A combination of man and nature

Love the lenses

Our eyes have been considered as the windows to the soul.While clicking a picture,we often focus on a subject's eyes.We have such images of eyes which will make you think of fantasy world filled with fairies.

Artist repaints his own childhood drawings

Unfreakingbelievable

Funny pictures about Artist Repaints Childhood Drawings. Oh, and cool pics about Artist Repaints Childhood Drawings. Also, Artist Repaints Childhood Drawings photos.

Artist colorizes old photos with surreal twists (by Jane Long)

Artist colorizes old photos with surreal twists (by Jane Long)

3rd from the bottom are like mine, only the blue part is more greenish-grey; I'd always wondered what it was called.

Just a beautiful mutation

Heterochromia - a beautiful mutation of the iris.I had no idea that it was a mutation. My eyes are blue on the outsides and fade to orange around the irises. Depending on my mood and what I wear my eyes change color.

Singaporean artist Keng Lye makes 3D animals with alternating layers of acrylic paint and resin.

Singaporean artist Keng Lye makes animals with alternating layer of acrylic paint and resin.or they are real animals that meet their untimely death in a pool of resin.

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