Jackson Eaton's Artwork Will Leave You Wondering

By: Ryan Hinkson - Published: • References: jacksoneaton & vectroave
The first thing I usually notice when looking at portrait-like photography is the subject's eyes. So it's pretty cool that Jackson Eaton's artwork caught my attention, seeing as there are barely any faces shown in this set of work.

In this set of mostly faceless photography, Jackson Eaton turns heads away from his lens, covers them with clothing, distorts their image and hides eyes with sunglasses -- all with really cool results.

Implications - With this among of coolness all integrated into one spectacular photographic project it really is no wonder more artists haven't thought of faceless subject photography. In any case I am more than thankful that Jackson Eaton thought of it and created this wondrous artwork that makes you thinking twice about the importance of faces. Stats for Faceless Subject Photography Trending: Older & Buzzing
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