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Hilarious Portraits Use Scotch Tape to Distort Faces

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Albuquerque-based commercial photographer Wes Naman has discovered how to draw out the best of the worst in his contortionist portrait series Scotch Tape. Inspired by a silly moment while wrapping presents, Naman recruited family and friends to be transformed by his mutant use of office supplies. Simultaneously horrifying and hilarious, each smashed nose and stretched lip provides zombie-esque plastic surgery that one cannot look away from. Never taking more than 10 minutes to apply his effect, Naman uses photography to stretch and squeeze everyday people into fantastically freaky creatures.

Wes_Naman_photography

Wes_Naman_photography

Wes_Naman_photography

Wes_Naman_photography

Wes_Naman_photography

Wes_Naman_photography

Wes_Naman_photography

Wes_Naman_photography

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  • Felipexxx Hernándexx

    Ok, this is funny

  • Carl Mencarelli

    really?

  • http://Shitsharonsays.blogspot.com Sharon Bailgoat

    No. Just. No.

  • http://www.giovannisavinophotography.com/ Giovanni Savino

    Undoubtedly I am getting old. This is at least the third photographer “discovering” the feature-altering properties of scotch tape. Fascinating. Expired. Next?

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