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Sebastian Bieniek, Doublefaced, 2013.

'Doublefaced: Sebastian Bieniek Creates Unsettling Two-Faced Portraits with Makeup' - "While the idea seems ridiculously simple, the actual result is a super bizarre, off-kilter series of photos.

2013 Doublefaced - Sebastian Bieniek / official artists website / S. Bieniek

2013 Doublefaced - Sebastian Bieniek / official artists website / S.Sofia is gonna love this someday !



What are the odds of finding a picture of a sloth where the sloth is not the most bizarre thing in the picture???

The 49 Most WTF Pictures Of People Posing With Animals

Awkward Family Photo--This totally staged. That sloth is WAVING! I would TOTALLY recreate this picture if I had a waving sloth!those awesome wigs.

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sebastian bieniek shares multiple personalities with fragmented faces

Ingeborg Morath collaboration with Saul Steinberg

Saul Steinberg Mask Series Photo by Inge Morath

3.22 pm, Friday 13th 1959: succumbing to the fad for hairsyles based on children's toys, Gwenda opted for "The Slinky"

These two photographs are by the Dutch photographer, Koen Hauser. I really like the lady with the slinky head.


Question: Fragments - Aggro - Melissa Yeo Perfect for GCSE question Fragments

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Self portrait- Sebastian Eriksson

Beach Resorts, Nye, Vacation Places

humanslikeme: “ Tunel Asiatique by Nicolas Malinowsky [857x1200]” Asian Dad: "U go med school, U B doctor!"

Repetition of a man's head coming down to keyhole eye.

Quick and Easy DIY Halloween Costume

Last minute, cheap & easy costume idea.

"I'm constantly being formed, influenced and shaped by others, sometimes they push and pull on me. I learn and adapt to society, my friends, my family etc. I have many shapes, many faces which can be different depending on the people I am with. But what is my real identity?"

We all wear masks


“We are set in our ways, bound by our perspectives and stuck in our thinking.” ― Joel Osteen (Photo Manipulations by Anja Stiegler)

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Interesting symbology in this portrait.


Saul Steinberg, Manhattan, 1959 by Inge Morath