I like how the picture is gray on the outside of her body, but the cracks show yellow and red, which maybe show how much power is on the inside but none shown on the outside http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/03/being-stressed-out_n_5071642.html

How To Be The Most Stressed Out Person You Know

Mario S. Nevado (aka Aegis Strife) created a striking photo manipulation. Called Deliberation, it was of a stunning statue in incredible distress as she's burning up from within.

9 Easy Steps to Creating a Powerful and Emotional Effect in Photoshop

Trick, Photography Book - 9 Easy Steps to Creating a Powerful and Emotional Effect in Photoshop - Now YOU Can Create Mind-Blowing Artistic Images With Top Secret Photography Tutorials With Step-By-Step Instructions!

Fashion pictures or video of Emelie by Anton Ostlund for Bambi Magazine in the fashion photography channel 'Photo Shoots'.

Charcoal drawing by Kate Zambrano. I love how the downward movement creates a narrative. It is no longer a simple portrait - is she sad, rained on, looking out a window in the rain...melting??

Charcoal drawing by Kate Zambrano. I love how the downward movement creates a narrative. It is no longer a simple portrait - is she sad, rlooking out a window in the rain.

NYC Ballet dancers reveal what they have given up since childhood to pursue their passion.

The Price Dancers Pay to Pursue Their Dream

The Price Dancers Pay to Pursue Their Dream -Use with Ballet Unit

This work explores Kate’s frustration at arriving at a 'pretty' result, when she longs for meaning. In addition to the finished work, she shares photographs of the work in progress, providing carefully composed glimpses of the making/creation process. This image wraps meaning within in it; a captivating portrait, from which we cannot look away.

Art student acquires huge social media following, launching career while at high school

"I tried to draw my soul but all I could think of were flowers" Have you ever tried to draw something intangible? Kate Powell's self portrait here is inspired by a quote from Natalya Lobanova’, but if you were to try and draw your soul, what would it loo

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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

all systems go sun hasn’t died. deep in my bones straight from inside. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

This picture stands out because of her messy hair and the black makeup that is running down the right side of her face. It makes the viewer feel sympathy for the girl.

Saatchi Art Artist Sebastien Shahmiri; Painting, "Violence" #art

Violence

Saatchi Art: Violence Painting by Sebastien Shahmiri

If y'all could go like Kayli's portrait, it would mean a lot to me! She's in first place so far. Help her out!

This is a self-portrait of the artist Kayli Rideout, who was only 17 at the time this was created. Such a wonderfully vibrant and joyful image!

Leaping apart, tied together.

Katherine Wells and Ben Needham-Wood of Amy Seiwert's Imagery. (Photo: David DeSilva) :O

Creative self-portraits by a young Spanish photographer Cristina Otero. Blending close-ups with fruits and wild make-up, the artist draws the viewers into an unconventional and colourful notion of beauty.

Creative Portraits by Cristina Otero

Stunning Self-Portraits by Cristina Otero Cristina Otero is a young photographer currently living in Madrid, Spain. Self-portraiture teaches you a lot about yourself. You suddenly know all your flaws and ‘’perfections’, physically and emotionally sp

Not technically a body mod, since she has dermatographia, but gorgeous nonetheless...

Skin Condition as Art - YouBeauty.com

Skin condition as art- Ariana Page Russell.

Tom French creates portraits or paintings of skull filled with other people. It's almost like we are filled with all these memories and pains and it's written on our face, or rather in the shadows, the dark parts we hide, we disguise

Tom French creates portraits or paintings of skull filled with other people. It's almost like we are filled with all these memories and pains and it's written on our face, or rather in the shadows, the dark parts we hide, we disguise.

Jenny Saville and Glen Luchford - Closed Contact

“ From the series The Modern Freakshow, 2013 Jenny Saville and Glen Luchford ”

Powerful. I feel this conveys the feeling of being trapped in your own skin. The pain not seen by the human eye.

Great idea for a tattoo -WF Trapped inside myself. In my most down moments this picture really represents how I have felt.

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