Croatian-based photographer Ino Zeljak blends images of related and un-related look-a-likes together to create the portraits from his "Metamorfoza" series. Dubbed the "Frankenstein of photography" by Complex Magazine, Ino finds the similarities between parents and their children, siblings of different genders and even best friends whose portraits are blended to create a brand new individual.
These blended portraits reveal mirrored facial structures, eye shapes and hairlines that appear seamlessly connected. The final result of the images is almost eerie and illustrates both the immense "similarities and differences between people that are connected genetically or with relationship."
Going beyond a traditional half-and-half split, Ino Zeljak blends his individual images smoothly and makes differentiating his characters a difficult feat for the viewer.
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