I like the fact this portrait is of the same person and same facial expressions but many different angles are shown. The artist has pieced together fragments of the same person into one picture. I would like to link this style into my art by piecing together fragments.

The multiple faces with different emotions all suggest mental disorders such as multiple personalities, bipolar of schizophrenia. This works well with my theme of humans, emotions and mental issues

Violent Beauty Photography - 'Bruised Behind the Mask' Comments on Domestic Abuse (TrendHunter.com)

Violent Beauty Photography

Violent Beauty Photography : beauty project with a social message domestic violence awareness

I never buy fashion or women's magazines because it promotes this kind of shackling of women. We are not what we wear or put on our faces or into our stomachs. Why do we do this to ourselves, to our self-image and confidence, and self-esteem? Rise above.

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What do we do to ourselves, to our self-image and confidence, and self-esteem? Rise above.e perfectly plucked eyebrows , contoured face .

Bipolar Disorder - people who suffer with this disorder choose the "face" that others will see enabling them to hide their emotions and cover up.

Difficult situation - mental illness Bipolar Disorder - people who suffer with this disorder choose the "face" that others will see enabling them to hide their emotions and cover up.

Prep work for my art exam to represent disguise - What we see in ourselves isn't always what others see when they look at us, we disguise ourselves with makeup and fake smiles to avoid the questions.

(deep) Prep work for my art exam to represent disguise - What we see in ourselves isn't always what others see when they look at us, we disguise ourselves with makeup and fake smiles to avoid the questions.

Eating disorders are driven by an intense fear of becoming overweight, damaging both physical and mental health. The two most common eating disorders are anerexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, although their symptoms are often mixed.Eating disorders affect seven girls in every 1,000, and one boy in every 1,000. It usually begins to be a problem at teenage years, but can happen at any time.It's not known for certain what causes them, but many factors could play a part --Social pressure…

Eating disorders are driven by an intense fear of becoming overweight, damaging both physical and mental health. The two most common eating disorders are anerexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, although their symptoms are often mixed.

Photography therapy to work through mental illness by BeckyNetleyPhoto.

I Use Photography As Therapy To Work Through My Mental Illness

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