In this age, when people so easily share selfies worldwide via social media, the network is overload by pictures, but among them you can find real pearls. Mickael Jou is a unique self-portraitist.
He decided to combine photography and dance together, because...
Alice K. Klatt
It all started on a boring Sunday afternoon, when I decided to scan my face. It looked funny and awful at the same time. Then, my friends wanted a portrait too.
Our project started as a game with the idea of mirroring our personality as a single being, incorporating our experiences, our desires, our fears. It took us almost 4 months to complete. In order to realize it we moved together to...
A new series of self-portraits I took that exclude my face. For each photo, I set up a tripod and used a 10-second self timer to capture the shot.
Most of them were captured in the span of a week.
Coulrophobia is the fear of clowns. And I have an extreme fear of clowns. To overcome that fear, I painted my face like a clown and photographed it.
Hungarian photographer (Andrea Szász) finds similarities between her pictures that were taken at a different time, place and with different models. She matched together the self portraits and the photographs of her friends.
About the project:
"I hide you in my Soul"
The dreams that come to you at night provide you with a taste of what it is like to be you. I contend they occur for their own sake – simply to be felt. Dreams give us a glimpse of ourselves,...
I dream of my hair falling out and my nails breaking and my period disappearing as I shrank every day. I dream of living in a body that was inherently not mine.
I'm Riccardo, a graphic designer from Rome, Italy. I love changing my face everyday! I don't intend to create photo-montages perfectly, they are deliberately imperfect.
I work daily with photoshop but my page is only a hymn for smile.