Kimiko Yoshida Paints Herself Black for Eerie Self Portraits

By: Shelby Lee Walsh - Published: Jul 8, 2009   Updated: Jun 20 2011 • References: &
Kimiko Yoshida is a master at photography and self portraits. While many of you might think that your Myspace-style shot shows off some artistic talent, it pales in comparison to these high contrast shots in the above gallery.

Focusing heavily on black and white, Kimiko Yoshida takes photos of herself completely painted black with sprinkles of white garb here and there and speaks volumes with her eyes.

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