My last post here on Bored Panda was about adding extra limbs to photo subjects. This time, it's all about adding cracks and textures. The humans were all photographed in studio or on-location. I photographed the cracks in and around my neighbourhood. (I live in Los Angeles, and our streets/sidewalks are not exactly in pristine condition.)
As for the process, I take a human photo, add a crack/texture layer in photoshop, play around with blend modes/levels, do a lot of masking, and voila... these awkward creations.
Like a lot of my fine-art work, the inspiration for these stems from my own medical struggles over the years. Having Crohn's Disease since 2001, I've lost count of how many times I've been sliced open and put back together again.
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