Artist Joeri Bosma Takes a New Photo of Himself Once a Day

By: John Ibbitson - Published: Jan 25, 2012 • References: flickr &
Netherlands-based artist Joeri Bosma is a young, budding photographer who takes a different self-portrait and uploads it to his Flickr account once every day. Whether it be a photograph of himself lying face down in a river, standing in a field of tall grass or a digitally-manipulated picture of his head exploding in a volcanic eruption, these photographs show off a diverse array of Bosma's talents.

My favorite image is one of the artist standing in a lake, half-drenched with a water stain on his shirt that perfectly aligns with the line of the horizon in the background. If you'd like these images for yourself, the artist has left his contact information up on his Flickr account for inquiries. You can also see all of the Joeri Bosma pictures posted on his Tumblr account. Stats for Daily Self-Portrait Shoots Trending: Older & Average
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