Natalia Pereira

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" Dismorfobina "is a series of photographs made ​​by the Spanish artist Natalia Pereira based in Barcelona. A series of portraits whose face was disfigured by a rubber band wrapped tightly around the subject's head reflects " the distortion of our identity when we are desperately trying to fit into a perfect mold that is not ours. An endless quest and need to be what we are not. "

Models Disfigured by Wrapping Elastic Bands on Their Heads

Physical discomfort has never been so evident. Barcelona-based artist Natalia Pereira's photo series titled Dismorfobina exposes the visual interpretation

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Scotch tape portraits by Wes Naman

Rubber Band: New Distorted Scotch Tape Portraits by Wes Naman | Bored Panda

Rubber Band: New Distorted Scotch Tape Portraits by Wes Naman

Mexico-based photographer Wes Naman is back with the new photo series, were his models agree to reshape and distort their faces by putting rubber bands on them.

Models Disfigured by Wrapping Elastic Bands on Their Heads - My Modern Metropolis

Models Disfigured by Wrapping Elastic Bands on Their Heads

Physical discomfort has never been so evident. Barcelona-based artist Natalia Pereira's photo series titled Dismorfobina exposes the visual interpretation

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distortion photography

distortion photography - Google Search

Rubber Band: New Distorted Scotch Tape Portraits by Wes Naman | Bored Panda

Rubber Band: New Distorted Scotch Tape Portraits by Wes Naman

Mexico-based photographer Wes Naman is back with the new photo series, were his models agree to reshape and distort their faces by putting rubber bands on them.

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mental illness photography project

mental illness photography project - Google Search

Rubber Band Portraits - 04 - Wes Naman

Bizarre, Misshapen Portraits of Faces Wrapped In Rubber Bands

Rubber Band Portraits - 04 - Wes Naman

D I S M O R F O B i N A - by Coco D'Mor. on Behance

D I S M O R F O B i N A - by Coco D'Mor.

Proyecto fotográfico. Se expone en la galería The Private Space Gallery ( C/Roc Boronat 37, Barcelona) del 13 de Junio al 4 de Julio.

Distorted Scotch Tape Portraits by Wes Naman | Bored Panda

Distorted Scotch Tape Portraits by Wes Naman

One year ago, a New Mexico-based photographer Wes Naman was wrapping Christmas gifts with his assistant and started goofing around with the scotch tape. The artist immediately had an idea that after a year developed into the Scotch Tape portrait series, where volunteers put the tape around their faces to create terrifying and just absolutely hilarious expressions. Noses and lips get bent, and Wes also likes to stretch people's eyebrows to make the eyes pop out - the final results are so…

So sit back… | Rubber Band Portraits Are Totally The Next Big Thing

So sit back...

You thought Scotch Tape Portraits were good? You ain't seen nothing yet.

This one not only fits in the WTF category - it largely redefines it - portraits of people wrapped in rubber bands... because... ok I have absolutely no idea.

Portraits Of People Wrapped In Rubber Bands - DIY Photography

Photographer Wes Naman is no stranger to the world of weird pain inducing photography in the most hilarious way possible. He swept over the web once with his series of people wrapped in Scotch Tape, and now Wes is at it again with a new series of portraits of musicians encaged in rubber bands, while wearing a band T. Naman explains to Wired about his motivation for using bands and musicians:

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