Double exposure photography merges people and environment

How much is your environment apart of your identity? Whether you live in the desert, the forest, or the city, it can have a large impact on who you are. Turkey-based artist Erkin Demir explores this idea in his series of portraits that use double-exposure photography to merge people and environments into fascinating single images.

Demir takes average photos of people and places and combines them together in interesting ways. In one picture, a part of a woman’s head is missing, giving way to a flock of birds, and in another an overhead cityscape is imposed directly on the front of a male like camouflage.

See more of Demir’s moving artwork on his website.his website.

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Source: designfaves.com

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