The eye-opening series of photographs created by Ulric Collette features family members' faces spliced together, with startling results.

Face to face: Artist creates bizarre 'genetic portraits' featuring heads of siblings, parents and children spliced together

Face to face: artist creates bizarre 'genetic portraits' featuring heads of siblings, parents & children spliced together.

Mosaic Photo self portraiture. Taking photos of your face at different angles, different closeness and then collating them in different places and repeating.

Paper and photoshop Mosaic Photo self portraiture. Taking photos of your face at different angles, different closeness and then collating them in different places and repeating.

Most parents fear the safety of their child, but what if their child was a danger to themselves. Self harm is a very important issue and using photography and my artwork I feel I could really address the issue.

lets say that to tear a painting is the kill the person trapped inside it. what if they could reach out and tear the painting themselves to be lost forever? Its a loss of person self - very deep message.

JENNY SAVILLE & GLEN LUCHFORD  Closed Contact #14, 1995-1996  C-print mounted in Plexiglas  72 x 72 x 6 inches (182.9 x 182.9 x 15.2 cm)  Ed. of 6

Jenny Saville & Glen Luchford - Closed Contact I find this stunning! Mostly the message the artists portrayed here.

WHO: Henrietta Harris WHAT: Photography and painting WHY: I love how the face is hidden and I love the pastel aesthetic.

New piece available now at Melanie Roger Gallery. Please contact gallery directly if interested! Fixed It VIII 30 x Oil on Canvas 2016

trapped

“Kate felt as if she’d stepped into someone else’s body. Everything was about twenty degrees off, from her husband to the people in the castle to the weird, new seclusion of her days.” From Updrift by Errin Stevens, photo found on trend-vee-dot-com.

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