Bettina Marton Writes the UDHR Across Model's Face for 'Libra'

 - Jun 26, 2009   Updated: Mar 24 2011
References: flickr & behance.net
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a powerful manifesto on its own, but it's even more so when stenciled across a model's forehead like in the gallery above. This photo set is called 'Libra,' and it's by Bettina Marton, whose aim was to reinterpret classic horoscope signs through makeup and hair.

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Implications - Creating magnificent works of art can be one of the best ways to get a message across. It's even better when the message is the art. By incorporating the ideas and the values of a movement or declaration into a creation can result in stunning visuals that can express more than the words alone could have ever done.