Three Things: Faceless Edition
The face is one of our most personal identifiers. But what if it was obscured? Let’s write a scene or entire piece that includes a character’s obscured face. Here are three examples (well, OK, actually four) to get you started; I’ll leave the how, why, and what follows to you.
Charlotte Caron, Corbeau (Raven), 2011. Acrylic on photograph. www.charlottecaron.fr
René Magritte, Les Amants (The Lovers), 1928. Oil on canvas. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia.
ILona Olkonen, Untitled (The homebody), 2008. Via flickr.