A creature Lara meets, wearing skin covered in zippers. One jarringly unzips the zippers over her eyes, revealing raw muscle and big gaping eyeballs. She would rapidly unzip and rezip the zippers to "blink" as they talked.
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 really like this photo as it is not just disguising the person themselve but it is also disguising emotion that the girl is feeling. It almost gives the impression of an explosion of feeling and emotion. It can also present the feeling of insanity.
Lorena Cosba-could do this with students-a self portrait, and a contrasting image to show what's underneath. Note: Transformation in time peeling off effect layering the same face but in different time.
Double Exposure Portraits by Antonio Mora Spanish artist Antonio Mora does women and men’s portraits in double exposure of natural elements& waves, moutains’ landscapes or animals and plants come juxtaposing on the models’ faces.
Bêtes de Mode (Fashion Animals) by Helmo (graphic design duo Thomas Coudred and Clement Vauchez) -- blue portraits + red animal portraits superimposed and displayed in the windows of the Lafayette Galleries on Hausmann Boulevard.
Surreal pieces of Art by Antonio Mora, a Spain-based artist who spent several years working as an art director in the industry. Mora — now a full-time artist — describes himself as someone who creates.