Collected, edited and designed by Ewoudt Boonstra.
Text by Christian Bunyan.
Are faces more important than bodies?
You look at bodies, see their movement, perhaps admire them, but most of your eye-time with other people is spent focused on their faces. By obliterating their own features or those of others, the people in this book altered the meaning of everyday images whose original purpose was simply to commemorate happiness. By collecting these pictures in one volume, Anonymous editor Ewoudt Boonstra invites his viewers to consider themes of love, hate and identity.
Color, 170 x 225 mm, 40 pages, soft cover, edition of 500.