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These Photos Really Prove That Two-Headed Art is Intriguing

By: Michael Baxter - Published: • References: behance.net & laughingsquid
This two-headed art is both creepy and strangely compelling. Photographer Samuel Pettersson turns himself in a two-headed monster and puts himself in various locations and poses.

The glory of Photoshop is apparent when we see pieces like the ‘Animal’ set from Samuel Pettersson. Samuel created a strange two-headed, four hand creature out of his upper body photos, and it actually looks realistic. The big thing that could have went wrong with this is that the combination of photos wasn’t seamless, but the combination of both went over very smoothly.

Samuel also goes out of his way to try and have different expressions per head in each photo. This, while small, makes it seem like each head has it’s own personality and persona and he actually is a multi-faceted creature. Stats for Creepy Two-Headed Photography Trending: This Year & Popular
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