Portrait showcase of the strange and unusual sort

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Portraits Showcase

Inspiration comes from the weirdest places in design. You never really know what is going to inspire you to want to make a great piece of art. Sometimes, your intent is to just create, and let the colors guide you. Sometimes, you set out with a purpose, but you don’t fulfill that request. Surprisingly in the creative process, simple mistakes come out to be the best works you have.

I personally felt this today. I felt like everyone was staring at me. Everyone was watching my every move. I noticed that the more they stared at me, the more I wanted to change into something else. I imagine them staring at me, live a wanderer staring at random art on the streets. Not really looking for anything in particular. Just noticing different qualities that I really wanted to hide.

Portraits to me are very personal. Very very unique in the case that we all view each other so differently. We are curious about each other, yet we never stop to ask for more details. Below are some great portraits I came across while browsing artwork and photography. I hope you like them. There are some amazing artists in the world.

Today’s portrait showcase:

 

001Chris Gall

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Image – Kim Byungkwan

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Image – Huainan Li

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Image – Huainan Li

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Image – Irma Gruenholz

EPSON scanner image

Image – Carne Griffiths

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Image – Frank Hoppman

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Image – Elizaveta Porodina

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Image – Elizaveta Porodina

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Image – Elizaveta Porodina

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Image – Elizaveta Porodina

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Image – Andrey Yakovlev & Lili Aleeva

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Image – Cris Wicks

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Image – Cris Wicks

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Image – MONOLIGHT – PaskhalKefie

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Image – Emi Haze

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Image – Emi Haze

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Image – Benoit Paillé

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Image – Marina González Eme

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Image – Paul DOUARD

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Image – Marcello Castellani

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Image – Sébastien DEL GROSSO

Please note: All artwork is copyright of the respective artist. I only look to showcase the great work of artists from around the web. I completely understand, not everyone enjoys there work on display, so if this is the case, and you would like your work removed, please contact jason@creatiphy.com, and we will have the work removed as timely as possible.

Images from: Behance.net

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