These incredible photo montages of the faces of evil dictators are the work of talented German graphic designer Hans Weishäupl. They were created without using a single piece of original picture material. The likenesses are amazing!
Weishäupl digitally reconstructed these 13 dictators by merging small elements from portraits Weishäupl took of people that are natives of the country each dictator respectively ruled over. 350 people in total were photographed for this project.
The "Faces of Evil" book is available now via the link below.
'Faces of Evil' Photo Mashups
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