Facebeforeandafter

Mark Pernice has some fun:

Using Apple's Photo Booth application as inspiration, the idea was to take the 2D image that it manipulated and create a tangible face in a real environment, then in turn bring it back into a 2D image. Using Photo Booth on the mask itself may create some sort of paradoxal shift where I cease to exist.

He's thinking of turning it into a series:

Some have said they would like to see this as a series. This was actually the original intention. Funds and time permitting this might actually happen given the amount of love it's been getting.

(Hat tip: Wooster)

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