Saturday, November 17, 2012
"Split head #4," Julian Wolkenstein, All rights reserved
"Split-head #6," Julian Wolkenstein, All rights reserved
To make each of these pictures Julian Wolkenstein first makes a straight-on head shot . Then he splits the face in half in photoshop and makes two copies of each side. He takes the two copies, flops one, then rejoins it to its twin. Now both sides of the face are in fact the same side. He repeats the procedure with the two files that show the other side of the face.
He has created two imaginary people.
Apparently, all of us, to some degree, are two-faced.
Read the article here.