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Fine Art Photography Blog of Irene Suchocki: Living in Interesting Times

Living in Interesting Times

South Korea-based artist Seung-Hwan Oh creates some truly unusual portraits by unleashing little microbes and letting them eat away at his medium for months or even years. The project is called Impermanence, and it’s a series of microbe-mauled portraits that hardly resemble what they were originally captured as.  Seung-Hwan gets these results by immersing developed film into water and then adding in various collections of microbes.

Photographer Immerses His Film in Live Bacteria for Years to Create Unique Portraits

In his series Impermanence, South Korean artist Seung-Hwan Oh creates wonderfully distorted photographic portraits by growing emulsion-eating fungus on his film. Oh first allows the fungus to parti…

Paul Butler’s What’s Within series

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

18-Year-Old Photographer's Spectacular Conceptual Self-Portraits - My Modern Metropolis

woman-holding-mirror-on-grass-reflection. self-portrait of photographer Laura Williams, an artist from Cambridge, UK. The mirror illusion was achieved in post-production using Photoshop with the idea of being ‘invisible’ or ‘transparent’.


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In the Loupe, "Portraits" project, 1984 Patrick Tosani

naturalmachine: “from “Portraits” project By Patrick Tosani I saw some of these self-portraits in a book about the artist more generally, but this was the project I really dug. I wish I knew.


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