This art series by Carl Beazley plays with the perception of its viewer. The image series superimposes multiple subjects and features faces that appear to come out of other faces.
Dissecting human features, the UK-based visual artist experiments with multiple subject views on one canvas. The result is a study on changing expressions and movement. This visually striking image series may make one feel uneasy at first glance but is fascinating when examined further.
Drawing inspiration from classic cinema, Carl Beazley creates captivating paintings that challenge perceptions while drawing their viewer in. The works are incredibly detailed and hyper-realistic, revealing everything from facial hair and light freckles to the eye wrinkles and age spots of its subjects.
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