Living an Ordinary Life Without a Head

I get goosebumps when I look at these mind-blowing photographs by Italian photographer Francesco Brunotti. In these headless scenes, the multi-talented artist combines his camera skills with his talents in digital art. There is something slightly haunting about the figures, but the title of the series, Where's Your Head At?, also gives the collection a playful air.

The images are a strange sight as we see people going about their everyday lives, but without faces! Young teens play in a shopping cart, a man rakes up fall leaves, kids play on the playground, and a woman waits for a train in these amusing visual stories. Brunotti considers the project an ongoing series, and features weather-specific activities across the four seasons. His art direction and concepts are quite inventive and viewers will gawk at the artist's impressive photoshop skills!

Francesco Brunotti's website
via [My Amp Goes to 11]

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