The Invisible Wall Photographs by Ana De Orbegoso are Thought-Provoking

By: Tana Makmanee - Published: Feb 10, 2013 • References: anadeorbegoso & beautifuldecay
These strikingly mesmerizing Invisible Wall photographs by Ana De Orbegoso are a wonderfully thought-provoking examination into the metaphorical walls put up by individuals, which can often shield one from showcasing their true personality.

These photographs display a variety of black and white portraits of individuals, with their hands covering their face. What makes these portraits so intriguing is that their hands are completely transparent, allowing you to look through their hands to discover their faces. The transparent hands serve to represent figurative walls that form the boundary between who people really are and what they portray to the outside world. These portraits challenge viewers to imagine the types of walls they may have, and how much of their true personality and thoughts they are actually portraying to the public. Stats for Ghostly Face Portraits Trending: Older & Mild
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