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Sagging Face Photography : by Flora Borsi

Sagging Face Photography

Hungarian photographer Flora Borsi has gone one step further – taking self- portraits inspired by classic modern art paintings and morphing her features to resemble the artist’s original vision.

Turning modern art’s faces into real-life portraits

Hungarian artist Flóra Borsi has a keen talent for creating surreal visuals.

Hungarian photographer Flóra Borsi is an eyeful. Animeyed, her latest project, features animals superimposed over self-portraits so that the two faces overlap, sharing one eye in common. The surreal effect is compounded by Borsi’s use

Fantastic artist Flora Borsi, who once hilariously photoshopped herself into old pictures, imagines a world where abstract art models are actually real people.

What Abstract Art Would Look Like in Real Life

Fantastic artist Flora Borsi, who once hilariously photoshopped herself into old pictures, imagines a world where abstract art models are actually real people.

by Erwin Blumenfeld 1950

I've recently rediscovered the work of Erwin Blumenfeld and have fallen back in love. Below is a selection of (my favorite) Blumenfeld photographs. xoxo—Edward Enninful Erwin Blumenfeld Doe Eye, Jean Patchett, Vogue New.

Dalston House by Leandro Erlich is an art installation in London with a mirror that creates the illusion of people climbing walls.

leandro erlich (The Jealous Curator)

Leandro Erlich is an amazing installation artist from Argentina. This work, titled Bâtiment. This facade was placed on the floor {at a group show in Paris}, with a huge mirror positioned above it at a 45 degree angle .

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