There is probably nothing more fun than going through the 'I Am More than My Face :)' photo series. However, more than fun, this series makes you not only question the subject's identity, but also your own. Free of embellishment, this collection of images is definitely not free of mischievousness. It features expert composition, lighting and set designs, making the series more of an abstract art piece than anything else.
Photographed by Mitsuko Nagone, who was born in a southern small southern city in Japan and studied in Toyko as well as New York, the 'I Am More than My Face :)' series was at first an exploration in creating "your own self." Along the way, however, Nagone instead found her identity as well.
Mitsuko Nagone's 'I Am More than My Face :)' Series Questions Identity
1. Identity Exploration - The 'I Am More than My Face :)' photo series highlights the trend of questioning personal and societal identity.
2. Abstract Art Photography - Mitsuko Nagone's series showcases an emerging trend of using expert composition, lighting, and set designs in photography to create abstract art.
3. Playful Mischievousness - The 'I Am More than My Face :)' series represents a trend of incorporating playful mischievousness into artistic expression.
1. Art and Photography - The 'I Am More than My Face :)' series opens up disruptive innovation opportunities in the art and photography industry, pushing boundaries of traditional portraiture and encouraging abstract forms of expression.
2. Personal Identity and Psychology - The exploration of identity in the 'I Am More than My Face :)' series can lead to disruptive innovation in the personal identity and psychology industry by challenging conventional understanding of self.
3. Creative Education and Workshops - The 'I Am More than My Face :)' series inspires a trend in creative education and workshops where individuals can explore and express their own identities through art and photography.