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Double Take: We Can't Stop Staring At These Half-Drag Portraits

Perhaps all guys have a feminine side, but not every man can be a queen. This new portrait series by photographer Leland Bobbé explores the dichotomy of that rare creature in its full glory. Every shot is made up of one-half everyday Joe and one-half painted peacock — and we can't look away.
  • Josh Draper

    New York-based photographer Leland Bobbé has captured portraits of drag queens in half drag for his ongoing project 'Half-Drag . . . A Different Kind of Beauty.' "With this series my intention is to capture both the male and the alter ego female side of these subjects in one image in order to explore the cross over between males and females and to break down the physical barriers that separate them," Bobbé says.

  • Jessica

    a collection of pictures from the Half-Drag photography project -- it's amazing to see what makeup can do for transformations

  • Melinda Gonzalez

    Drag queen Crystal Demure - The illusion and fantasy of drag is presented in this brilliant collection by New York-based photographer, Leland Bobbé, who has captured portraits of stunning drag queens in half drag for his ongoing project ‘Half-Drag…A Different Kind of Beauty’. These images are not digitally composed or altered, instead captured in a single photo by Bobbé.

  • Karley Shute

    Half drag makeup, love the concept

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