'Beibeees' by Alberto Seveso Features Partial Facial Finishes

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'Beibeees' by Alberto Seveso is a small collection of photos that feature a face that is made from ink. Seveso is an artist that focuses on the use of ink and its movement underwater. All of Seveso's past art uses this particular art technique, however, Beibeees is his first attempted at portraits using underwater ink. Seveso is able to capture his unique and fluid ink art through the combination of advance technological advances and photography programs.

Beibeees by Alberto Seveso is particularly captivating because of its likeness to a real human face. Even though Seveso uses ink as an art medium he still manages to capture every wrinkle and pore, which is what makes his art seem so realistic. Seveso's fragmented ink faces are an example of what calibre of portraits is possible with ink art. Stats for Fragmented Ink Faces Trending: Older & Chilly
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