Bryan Lewis Saunders, Morphine IV. Saunders conducted a bizarre experiment. For several weeks, he took a different drug every day and made a portrait of himself under the influence.
Self-portraits done to a different drug every day (45 Photos)
Artist Bryan Lewis Saunders conducted a bizarre experiment. For several weeks, he took a different drug every day and made a portrait of himself under the influence. See more at http://thechive.com/2012/08/09/self-portraits-done-to-a-different-drug-every-day-45-photos/#tE2MfKuvyYd1MVXz.99
How do words in our everyday lives affect out identity? Do negative or positive words make a difference? In what ways can words help describe our identity and in what ways are words ineffective for this?
your culture and where you are from can make up your identity.
Nalven-World Identity Card 1
Judith Ann Braun uses her fingerprints to make artwork, this somewhat puts your identity into your work.
"After the Ending IV" - Abstract Printmaking by Ike Bushman
Poetic Text Portraits
Artist Anatol Knotek is a 'visual poetry specialist'. His text portraits are a combination of scribbles and hand written texts, which he uses to create both a visual and idealogical likeness of the subject. Can we connect identity with our handwriting? Does our mark making contribute to who we are? Also interesting is the connection between language and identity.
Secret Life of my Garden, ooak gelatin monoprint on handmade paper
"Kelly Tankersley....gelatin print." I really like this... Love gelatin plate, I also like the handmade paper (made by the artist) Lovely colours & composition. SE