The Daniel Regan Headism photo series shows how one man decided to reclaim his baldness and make it an inevitable experience that he was proud of instead of ashamed or embarrassed of. More than that, artist Philip Levine did not want to fall in the typical trap of shaving his head because of his baldness, so he instead shaved it to create a unique canvas to work with.
Working in collaboration with body artist Kat Sinclair, the Daniel Regan Headism photo series shows just how creative he got. From colorful, candy sprinkles to coffee beans and landscape paintings, Levine's head has become a playground of captivating artwork.
The Daniel Regan Headism photo series were recently exhibited during the NL Dutch Cultural Pop Up Space.
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