Trying to find my new identity and dreams. 1X - by LucyndaLu

This is a powerful painting which links into the theme together and/or apart because her face is separated from her features. It also links into the theme of changing identity.

Another possible tattoo idea. But I would change it to "Dream without limits. Love without fear."

Love this quote. Might actually switch it up - dream without limits. Love without fear shoulder tat

Daydreaming by BenjiiBen

Daydreaming by BenjiiBen ____ Watercolor eyes are so easy and pretty when you add colors on the face, it makes the concept so understood.

Amazing.

A beautiful female eye cries tears of koi fish in this black and white illustration by Nanami Cowdroy

Picture Distortion, like the other tape on fave pictures its simple to do but a good example of distortion

Can you read my face? Artists distort faces with magazine pictures to create bizarre expressions

French artists Bruno Metra and Laurence Jeanson stick images of facial features cut out from fashion magazines over the models to form new facial expressions; The distortion in the face gives this person a more vibrant and fun expression.

Family Portrait? http://media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/f4/e9/77/f4e977ac382fd1f8dc4a67ec2fd93120.jpg

This is a disorderly portrait, as it is a portrait of a family all in the portrait at once but in the space portrait space.

this image implies that the woman feels as if tis becoming hard to keep her emotions together as she is so emotionally encased in her dark thoughts (Annegret Soltau)

Multiple images sewn together Shows transformation in how someone may want to be. I like this because it is a combination of multiple images attached through staples?

Henrietta Harris is an artist and illustrator from New Zealand who has created a series of seemingly unfinished portraits. Each drawing is a portrait with the subjects face missing — instead, the crisp black and white images are focused on fine lines and clean shapes. The hair on the subjects is incredibly detailed but the facial area of the image is completely blank. For more of her work, check out Harris’ website.

Intriguing portraits created without faces

Henrietta Harris is an artist and illustrator from New Zealand who has created a series of seemingly unfinished portraits. Each drawing is a portrait with the subjects face missing — instead, the cris

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