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6/22/2018 2:57:50 PM

Artist creates bizarre characters by getting models to bend over and drawing faces on them

A creative photographer has created a uniquely creepy way of capturing the human body - photographing her models bent over with caricature faces drawn on their backs.

Artist AnaHell has her models bend over and draws faces on their exposed skin, while the rest of their figure is disguised with clothing and wigs.

The resulting image reveals an eerie illusion that is equal parts human and Pan"s Labyrinth-style horror creature.

Titled "Secret Friends", the mischievous series features the models dressed up and placed in every day surroundings.

This bizarre photograph shows two of the models dressed in identical costumes holding fruit and staring at one another

AnaHell, 31, who resides in Spain, said: "I mainly working with the mediums of illustration and photography. Most of my projects explore the concept of identity, anonymity, sexuality and absurdity with a good dose of humour.

"Secret Friends is my most recent photography project which was actually born during another creative session.

"This project delves into childish insanity and transforms bodies into new creatures, friends. In Secret Friends ordinary places and situations transform into a fantasy world when the characters metamorphose."

Creative photographer AnaHell created this creepy picture by having her model bend over then drawing a face on the model

Another creepy photograph shows one of AnaHell
Photographer AnaHell admits her creations, called Secret Friends, divide opinion with people finding them either unsettling or endearing
In one of her strangest photographs, AnaHell asked a model to bend over while clutching a doll in bed - while a sleeping face was drawn on their back

This person radiates anger in the photograph, as they stand clutching a dough roller like a weapon with an angry face drawn on their back

Artist AnaHell said the project delves into

A model crouches while wearing a robe with a perplexed expression drawn onto his back
The 31-year-old artist (pictured) says her photography projects explore the concept of identity, anonymity, sexuality and absurdity

Artist creates bizarre characters by getting models to bend over and drawing faces on themArtist creates bizarre characters by getting models to bend over and drawing faces on them

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