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Mar 28th, 2010 by Mathieu s
How to perform surgery without a knife ?
By twisting and crumpling images of models in magazines, Stephen J. Shanabrook has deformed them into hideous creatures for his “Paper Surgery
” photograph collection.
Tags: Models, monster, paper, pretty, surgery, Ugly
Posted in Arty
Pahahahahahahahhaaaaa this is amazing
Hahaha- beautiful. I love it. Do you think it takes quite a lot of skill to get such brilliant effects?
It reminds me of how my mom marks up the faces of people with an ink pen that she doesn’t like when they’re in the newspaper.
This is really cool!
hahahahaha. Is it really that simple? Will try it out.
Made my day
Pure genius. Certainly not beautiful, but thought-provoking and definitely something I’d like to have on my wall. Maybe just not a wall that people walked past too often.
Haha a simple way to get the point across.
Now excuse me whilst I go get my botox….
hmmmmmm……good your pic.hahah
Whoa, these are really weird.
very artsy love eet!
good job welldone
wow…. thats scary!
What about scribbling moustaches and dirty teeth? Every kid knows how to do it.
Hats off! what a brilliant idea. But I hope the models don’t find you. Give me such jokes more and I will send you wonderful comments from mayank’s wonderland.
origami on a whole new level. spectacular!
This is an amazing technique, it can be fascinating and good antidote for lonely people. When you’re alone in solitary, you can do that to while away the time.
I saw one of these images used for a Commes de Garcon advert and I was wondering who the artist was. Thanks!
This is really amazing.
Wow. That’s kinda cool. Great idea!
kinda cool! reminds me of Claire’s project from Six Feet under.
These are plenty wicked. Nice work. Very creative. Always love seeing people take such a simple thing and turning it into a fantastic creative concept!
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