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Susanna Hesselberg's Photos Create a Serene Sense of Surrealism

By: Carly Foy - Published: • References: susannahesselberg & abhfya
Susanna Hesselberg, a Norwegian-born photographer, has created a fantastic collection of staged photos inspired by surrealist art.

The series features many typical photos with a dash of oddness. The photos, such as the ones depicting couples, have a unique, unconventional aspect to them.

For example, the back-to-back pair of people in the final image highlights the overcast of the woman's hair over the face of the other person. The fourth image showcases the high heels that have been bent as the wearer is on her knees. The photo series is incredibly unique and adds a twist that makes Susanna Hesselberg's work stand out from others.

Whether Susanna Hesselberg has her subjects' faces squashed into a surface or defying logic in other ways, her photography is quite beautiful. Susanna Hesselberg has managed to meld surrealist style with a modern twist. Stats for Face-Obscuring Photography Trending: Older & Warm
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