The Francesco Brunotti 'Where's Your Head At?' Series is Eerie

By: Olivia Gissing - Published: Jun 13, 2011 • References: & thisiscolossal
Italian photographer Francesco Brunotti has drawn viewers into his mystical world once again with his latest 'Where's Your Head At?' spring edition series.

Francesco Brunotti is known in the photography world for creating captures that are filled with fantasy. He forms fictional worlds and figures with fairytalelike qualities. This edition of 'Where's Your Head At?' photos depicts several people in different environments who all share one common feature -- they are headless.

These figures aren't monsteresque, but are everyday people engaged in everyday activities. Francesco Brunotti shoots them reading, swinging and standing amongst nature. However, viewers are forced to find meaning from their body language since their heads are absent, and expressions can't be read.

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