caricakes
3 years ago1,000+ Views
Influenced by and rebelling against the Japanese phenomenon of the purikura—photo-sticker booths that beautify sitters using cutesy photographic manipulation such as blemish-erasing washouts and eye enlargement—Sato creates his own series of hengao (“funny/strange faces”). Instead of digital alterations, however, Sato distorts the models’ images through the use of glassware and mirrors.
4 comments
I love this series (though I'm also a fan of purikura...)
3 years ago·Reply
I love this series too. And the puppy. The puppy was a good touch.
3 years ago·Reply
I love the fourth one.
3 years ago·Reply
These are totally creepy but totally cool. @danidee I love the puppy too hahah
3 years ago·Reply
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