This Series of Monochromatic Photos Depicts Warped Faces

By: Michael Nieto - Published: Feb 11, 2014 • References: illusion.scene360 & designtaxi
This surreal black and white photography of warped faces have been altered with an optical camera illusion. A Brazilian art and media director named Luciana Urtiga was able to capture and digitally manipulate multiple spiral faces that melt into one another. The use of black and white lighting creates a luring effect that captivates the viewer through the portrait.

They also dissolve and overlap to form mysterious compositions that will give you a head turning reaction. This series of warped faces also shows the endless possibilities that can be captured and created within the camera lens. Each facial structure become more bizarre as they are focused on how its purpose is altered into something so surreal that you wouldn't understand at first sight. It really makes a captivating scene of complex compositions. Stats for Dissolving Facial Structure Photography Trending: Older & Buzzing
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