The Kaleidoscope of Faces series by Norg Nodis is truly remarkable. The portraits feature the faces of strangers, but their heads are distorted into fractals by a kaleidoscopic technique. Not only are certain facial features turned into art by their shapes, but the use of color in each image also stands out.
Playing with color in the little fractals of each feature makes the models’ heads look like flowers or folded origami designs. Certain features like the eyes are darkened or highlighted in color, making their stare all the more intense and piercing.
Nodis’ Kaleidoscope of Faces series takes photography to the next level. This series is creative, refreshing and inspiring. By taking something simple and basic and turning it into an art piece, Nodis is able to express himself in an unusually unique way.
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