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Colorful Faceless Paintings - Artist KwangHo Shin Captures the Complexity of Human Emotions

Colorful Faceless Paintings

Identity Project - Colorful Faceless Paintings - Artist KwangHo Shin Captures the Complexity of Human Emotions (GALLERY)

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.

LESSON 1: Objective- combining tessellations with photography using technology such as Photoshop. Intro to cropping; negative space vs positive space. (optional: consider actually printing/cutting the tessellations to create a puzzle.)

Negative space LESSON Objective- combining tessellations with photography using technology such as Photoshop. Intro to cropping; (optional: consider actually printing/cutting the tessellations to create a puzzle.

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!

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.

Love the idea of mixed media with photography

Paint-over-Photo Collage A photo has been printed, then pastel paint was painted over the face. I like the simplicity of this collage, but it still looks really nice. If I were to do this form, I would do it as a series.

double exposure photography by antonio mora

Only the shadows can be mysterious and charming to hide The alter ego of man kind is frightening yet beautiful--CatA -- double exposurephotography by antonio mora

Faceless.

A very interesting and somewhat new concept of portrait photography that shows the model holding up a frame, only to reveal the back of their face. It gives off a strong anonymous identity that makes you want to be able to physically walk around and see t

NAKEDBUTSAFE surreal photography

It is so awesome to see how photo manipulation can work in a piece. I love how they made the explosion of smoke the same color as the body to really touch on the illusion of the face blowing up. It gives the image and uneasy feeling.

Paul Butler’s What’s Within series

a typology of people but as a silhouette instead of the actual person

Barbara Kruger

This image by Barbara Kruger perfectly portrays how women in this day and age are pressured into having plastic surgery to meet society's definition of 'beauty'