Photoshop Artist Gesichtermix blends portraits of two celebrities together to form one incredibly believable face. The results from these Photoshop fusions will make you look twice. For example, the portrait above was created by blending the heads and features of actors Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone. Leonardo DiCaprio and Sean-Penn Justin Bieber and Justin Timberlake Pharrell Williams… Continue reading Photoshop Artist Combines Two Celebrities to Create One Face
Norwegian Artist Pedro Berg Johnsen has been blending portraits to create hybrid celebrities for five years. He combines portraits of their best features to form one beautiful person. For example, the portrait above was created by blending the heads and faces of actress Angelina Jolie and Megan Fox. You can find more of these “Face Morphs” by following along with Johnsen’s… Continue reading Artist Combines Photos of Celebrities to Create Beautiful People
YouTuber Rebecca Brown created a time-lapse video of herself that documents her battle with Trichotillomania, a condition which causes her to pull out her hair strand by strand, resulting in baldness and emotional trauma. In 2007, Brown started taking photos of herself almost every day. She compiled the 6 1/2 years’ worth of selfies into one time-lapse video that… Continue reading 2,100 Photos in 6.5 Years
New York-based photographer Alex John Beck, 32, took portraits of ten people and made symmetrical images using the right halves of their faces, and another using the left. The resulting images were then placed side-by-side for comparison. Symmetrical faces are said to be a benchmark for true beauty, but this startling project shows they might not be… Continue reading What If Both Sides of Your Face Were Identical?
BuzzFeed came up with a little experiment to see how does everyday makeup change your face. Check out time-lapse video that features women take part in a make-up session.
An Australian band called The Paper Kites‘ released their official music video for their new single ‘Young’. The video was shot over the course of a week last month by director Darcy Prendergast and photographer Oli Sansom, features more than 350 faces and 4,000 photographs, and took 10 days of post-production work to assemble.
Experimental psychologists at the University of Glasgow in Scotland used pictures of hundreds of women from 41 different countries and ethnicities to approximate the “average face” of each country. via: The San Francisco Egotist