Nicole Malonzo

Nicole Malonzo

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© ALMA HASER - Alexandra, from the series Cosmic Surgery - Alma Haser creates kaleidoscopic cubist portraits by folding photos into origami structures and then photographing them again over the original same-size photo portraits

artisticmoods:  The Bride with a Nô Mask, Self-portrait by Kimiko Yoshida, Japan.

The Bride with a Nô Mask, Self-portrait, 2005 by Kimiko Yoshida Courtesy of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem C-print mounted on aluminium and acryl 120 x 120 cm

At The End Of The Day 8x8 Conceptual Photograph. girl portrait, dark art, surreal photo print, mask, face, red.

REDHEAD GIRL TOUCH - Violet D’Art is a self-taught photographer from Bulgaria who loves expressionism, fine art and conceptual photographs. Her imaginative (self-)portraits depict various scenes and emotions, but they all share a certain moodiness.

#photography #black #white identity: embarrassed/loneliness

We all wear a mask throughout our life that we believe defines who we are. We are defined by our appearances, wealth, or knowledge. Hamlet realizes that we are all going to take off our masks at death. Underneath our mask we are all inherently the same.

Surreal pieces of Art by Antonio Mora, a Spain-based artist who spent several years working as an art director in the industry. Mora — now a full-time artist — describes himself as someone who creates portraits from images found on the Web, blogs, and magazines. He then merges the images, creating pieces of art with great force and expression that surely won’t leave you indifferent

Surreal pieces of Art by Antonio Mora, a Spain-based artist who spent several years working as an art director in the industry. Mora — now a full-time artist — describes himself as someone who creates.

"Conceal. Don't feel. Put on a show. One wrong move and and everyone will know."- Frozen

People always conceal and hide behind masks because sometimes its better to do so than explaining. Or sometimes its easier to be accepted by others if you hide behind the shadows. But its not the right thing to do.