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Artist “Takes” Incredible Self-Portraits In A Shocking Way

Artist “Takes” Incredible Self-Portraits In A Shocking Way

Artist “Takes” Incredible Self-Portraits In A Shocking Way

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Adorable Hedgehog Faces

Adorable Hedgehog Faces

Adorable Hedgehog Faces

Marutaro is an adorable hedgehog with a well-earned Internet fame. The hedgehog has over 47,000 followers on Twitter, and more fans around the web. Marutaro enjoys getting his pictures taken and is patient enough to pose with the cute illustrated masks that his owners make for him.

Adorable Hedgehog Faces

Adorable Hedgehog Faces

Adorable Hedgehog Faces

Adorable Hedgehog Faces

Adorable Hedgehog Faces

Adorable Hedgehog Faces

Adorable Hedgehog Faces

Adorable Hedgehog Faces

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Caricature by Lee Howell

Caricature by Lee Howell

Caricature by Lee Howell

UK based professional photographer Lee Howell created this Caricature photo project for Free Range. He says “Leading up to the end of a final year studying a BA in Professional Photography, I thought it would be a good idea to create caricatures of my fellow students and lecturers at Edinburgh College. This concept also suitably fitted in with our plans to advertise the graduate exhibition at Free Range, the Old Truman Brewery, Mill lane, London, E1.”

Besides his fellow students’ caricatures, there were also 30 other caricatures of strangers on this project. He persuaded unsuspecting members of the public, whom happen to be passing by the studio to come in and be a part of their caricature project, which portrays the many faces of personality. These portraits have then been extensively retouched and exaggerating those features that stood out.

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Mixed Emotions by Alexandra Klever

Mixed Emotions by Alexandra Klever

Mixed Emotions by Alexandra Klever

Alexandra Klever is a talented photographer specializing in Children and Beauty. She likes to work with all ages, but she really enjoy working with kids and babies. Klever’s clients are usually advertising agencies from all over the world – France, Finland, Spain and Argentina to name a few. She also works for editorial clients and also do quite a lot of personal projects.

Her photo project Mixed Emotions explores the wide range of emotions that can be found in the faces of very young kids which allow us to catch a glimpse of their individual personalities. These are kids who are on the verge of tears, crying, just finished crying, about to throw a tantrum, and thinking of the pros and cons of throwing a tantrum.

Klever explains how kids should only have one “profession” – being children, which is why she loves to capture their natural spontaneity, enthusiasm, and charm. She works with carefully chosen team who are all experienced and enjoy working with kids to help then feel at ease while shooting.

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(Un)known faces by Sasa Huzjak

(Un)known Faces by Sasa Huzjak

(Un)known Faces by Sasa Huzjak

Can you guess who a person in a photo is?

What started as a mistake soon became an ongoing photography project of Sasa Huzjak where he tries to get the image of a performer with his/her face hidden. In concert photography, photographers often take multiple pictures of the same scene by shooting in burst mode. Mostly the kind of images you get with this technique are rubbish as the persons sometimes go out of the frame or their faces hidden behind instruments or something else.

But even if the person’s face is hidden, viewers can sometimes guess who that person is by the way he dress, his hair or even his pose. When someone or something comes between Huzjak and his subjects, he doesn’t swear but instead uses this opportunity for another “(Un)known face”.

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The Artificial Face by Thomas Rusch

The Artificial Face by Thomas Rusch

The Artificial Face by Thomas Rusch

The visual impressions of this large-sized color photographs of the photo project The Artificial Face by Thomas Rusch have an attracting and disturbing effect to the viewers. The faces of his models are masked almost beyond recognition with milky clothes and surgical gauze soaked in red. Only the eye sockets and the mouth mark human identity. In this series, Rusch melted together the difference between skin and mask, the human body and artificial texture. Moreover, he achieved this photos even without digital modification.

Rusch’s masks created with make up and transparent materials isolated the face’s features. The face, instead of simply being a part of the body, reveals itself as a cultural concept. Like in real life, his masks reveal by covering and they mask by revealing themselves.

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Portraits by Tony D’Orio

Portraits by Tony D'Orio

Portraits by Tony D’Orio

Tony D’Orio, an American born in 1953 is a commercial and portrait photographer. His interest in portrait photography started when while he was shooting the streets in Chicago and people he found there and that is when he developed his love for the human face.

At first, D’Orio did not want to be a photographer, instead he wanted to be a “wise guy” with fancy cars, shiny suits and witty nicknames. But when he enrolled at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts where he once looked through a camera, he decided he will never look back.

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