Artist Hiraku Cho paints the outside of fruits and veggies to disguise them as a different piece of produce - MAKES YOU LOOK TWICE!

Optical illusion: Hiraku Cho paints the outside of fruits & veggies to disguise them as a different piece of produce.

Amy Judd | artsy forager I like Amy Judd's work because in all of them there's never a face being shown. I like her work because she always covers the faces with something unrelated but it stills works. This relates to disguise because you can't see her face

In her series of avian paintings, London artist Amy Judd beautifully explores the relationship between woman and bird that has been the subject of many a myth and tale.

desmemórias - lucas simões This is a perfect Inspiration for the GCSE question on Disguises

Experiments in Photography by Lucas Simões

UNPORTRAIT BY LUCAS CHIMELLO SIMÕES Brazilian artist Lucas Chimello Simões creates cut-outs by stacking layers of the same photo and then cutting shapes out to create a collage effect.

Maurizio Anzeri This is a perfect Inspiration for the GCSE question on Disguises

'maurizio anzeri: makeup art or embroidered portraits' - evelyne politanoff, 2012 [huffington post article + series of maurizio anzeri images]

Vedas Collection, Nicholas Alan Cope Photography

Vedas by Nicholas Alan Cope & Dustin Edward Arnold

Nicholas Alan Cope & Dustin Edward Arnold … Vedas … 2011 … fashion imagery through photographing sculptural garments … twentytens …

Erwin Wurm #painting #paint #Pink

Painted photograph series titled De Profundis, from artist Erwin Wurm, at Albertina museum, Austria. via anOther mag previously on Wurm: Polizeikappe - House Attack - Narrow House

12 masks for 12 friends: a mask for each of the 12 months of the year - design by isidro ferrer / photography by pablo orin, 2004 [link to series of images + isidro ferrer's website]

Mask by Isidro Ferrer (Spanish, an illustrator and graphic designer trained in drama.

Disguise fragmented // mixture of ideas

Daniel Regan TypeB photo series Personality Disorder Diagnosis as subject of investigation the veins carved their routes on her skin, he wondered how they'd look if they dug in, started caving inward.

Saul Steinberg. I like how it is in black and white and also how you don't know what their expression is under the paper bags. This relates to my theme of disguise because they are disguising their emotions.

" I ain't no damn bag lady! A collaboration between the artist Saul Steinberg and the photographer Inge Morath.

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