Dove conducted an experiment using the skills of a forensic artist to prove that women are more beautiful than they think!
Christie Brinkley, 58
Portraits of relatives blended by Canadian photographer Ulric Collette.
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Izismile team has recently received the following letter from one of our visitors:
“Hi, I'm from the Netherlands and my name is Wiebe de Leijer. I started portrait drawing 6 years ago when I was 16 years old and only made 50 drawings in around 183 hours over that period of time. It's not necessary to take classes, everyone can learn to draw portraits by themselves by just a little bit of practice and lots of patience.”
Here are several portraits drawn by Wiebe, sorted from the earliest to the latest so as to show how his skill has been progressing.
Thank you Wiebe for sharing your works and good luck with your future drawings!
Chris Arnade created a photo project named "Faces of Addiction." He walks South Bronx, talks to local drug addicts and makes their close-up portraits. Chris claims that he’s not a journalist – he doesn’t verify facts but just listens to people’s stories. Here are some pictures from Arnade’s collection.
Some people take drugs to devise experiments. Artist Bryan Lewis Saunders, for example, takes drugs to draw himself under the influence. Even though he periodically suffers mild brain damage and becomes lethargic, he still continues his experiments and takes drugs that are given to him. See how his perception of the self changes in his drawings.