Faces ... illusion. Source unknown.

Which of these two double-headed illusions do you think is best? Vote your choice by commenting below. In each image, which face did you see first? Face forward or face to the side?

Not a face per-se but a digital manipulation. However it's really quite awesome. The digital techniques here look pretty seamless (excuse the pun)

Digital Photo Manipulation for Austin Fashion Week

Water Wigs by Tim Tadder. He snapped water balloons hitting bald men's heads at just the right moment.

Exploding Water Balloons Create Hilarious Wigs

bald men + exploding water balloons + perfect timing = priceless I'm sure some of these are photoshopped

This expressive image makes me think about the intentions of the subject. Double exposure has worked effectively in this image, because it allows you to think about the artist's intentions. When I look at this image I think about what the young girl may be thinking. To me I think she looks worried; the way in which she stares looks as if she is in deep thought.

When you feel bad your mind continues to focus on all the parts of your life that seem to not be working. Then you feel even worse. This all continues until you wake up to the fact that your self-image is just a mental idea. It is just a concept

Multiple Exposure Series by Simone Primo

Multiple Exposure Series by Simone Primo. I like these pictures because they cleverly join two pictures together. Because the pictures are in the shape of a person, the picture inside could be representing emotions/feelings.

Unusual Pairings Beautifully Blend into Dreamlike Portraits - My Modern Metropolis

Unusual Pairings Beautifully Blend into Dreamlike Portraits

Antonio Mora: Artist Blends Humans With Nature In Beautifully-Surreal Portrait Series

Unusual Pairings Beautifully Blend into Dreamlike Portraits - My Modern Metropolis

Unusual Pairings Beautifully Blend into Dreamlike Portraits

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.

Philippe Halsman - 'Jumpology' - Audrey Hepburn, Brigitte Bardot, Marilyn Monroe and Danny Kaye. 1950's.

JUMP

Philippe Halsman - 'Jumpology' photography: Audrey Hepburn, Brigitte Bardot, Marilyn Monroe and Danny Kaye,

Sam Taylor Wood

Sam Taylor-Wood - "Taylor-Wood's work examines the split between being and appearance, often placing her human subjects either singly or in groups, in situations where the line between interior and external sense of self is in conflict.

subtly brilliant superimposition art by Antonio Mora (Spain) "Afrodita" • creates surreal dream-like hybrid portraits to inspire, from images found on the Web / blogs / mags • masters in Graphic Design, art director 15 years but replaced interest for own art of painting in his industrial building studio by the beach • off'l: www.mylovt.com • off'l pinterest: www.pinterest.com/amoradiez • off'l fb: http://goo.gl/ceQhYg

Afrodita

Beautifully Surreal Portrait Series Blended into Landscape Photos by Antonio Mora. Spanish artist Antonio Mora specializes in creating dream-like self-port

Scotch taped portraits by Wes Naman

Wes Naman is currently based in New Mexico and he has created this hilarious scotch tape series. Naman has stuck layers of tape all around peoples faces giving them rather odd and funny features. Prints are available on his online shop via his website.

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