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Energetically Surreal Photo-Manipulations are Self Portraits with a Twist

It's sheltered to say that Martín De Pasquale is better than average with Photoshop. The Buenos Aires-based computerized craftsman makes surreal scenes that are both witty and fun, with a little mischievousness to them, as well. De Pasquale is an expert at photograph control and makes these fantastical pictures look completely convincing, so its no astound that we've been inspired by his work in the recent past. 

The craftsman is the star of these representations, and its reasonable that he isn't hesitant to poke fun at himself. This incorporates him getting strangled by his garments, unscrewing his head like a light, and actually getting his facial hair "cut" by a miniaturized twin. These creative works give an entire new (but a bit turned) intending to the self picture .

Martin De Pasquale Surreal Photographs

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