Will Banyard
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I think that black has overtaken my love for white in backgrounds.

This shot communicates a lot of emotion through a melancholy colour scheme and a high key lighting technique showing a model with a somber facial expression. The use of a long exposure and a flash creates the illusion of multiple faces.

I don't think of all the misery, but of all the beauty that still remains. Anne Frank by Oliver Donzyk

Charm is more valuable than beauty. You can resist beauty, but you can't resist charm. ~ Audrey Tatou, (image: Oliver Donzyk): Charm is more valuable than beauty. You can resist beauty, but you can't resist charm.

This is how to think about the face when you're painting it. Frederic Fiebig - Facial planes example

This is how to think about the face when you're painting it. Frederic Fiebig - Facial planes example I am interested by the geometric shapes and brushstrokes that are simple and abstract by themselves but when together create a recognizable portrait.

Combining two images of the same subject by slicing each image and then piecing them back together.

Self portrait ideas Mapping 2013 on Behance Use a process like this for "identity/self-concept" activity about skin color/shade/tone/palette. Put vertical photo strip of every child together on a couple images to make a collective face.

This collage is really striking, I could experiment with this technique. Decay, drawing

Relationship between life and death. inside, outside: No information about this but it is two different photographs put together to create a half skull, half face image. That heavily relates to the theme of inside, outside and in between.

I think this photo fits order and disorder because it's a collage of different peoples faces but they make up one person, I think this shows how other people can influence you without you realising.

FRAGMENTS Michelle Claesson Eismann - springboard off her artwork; try piecing together your own face from magazine pictures!

Scotch taped portraits by Wes Naman

Wes Naman is currently based in New Mexico and he has created this hilarious scotch tape series. Naman has stuck layers of tape all around peoples faces giving them rather odd and funny features. Prints are available on his online shop via his website.