lee griggs forms facial deformations with geometrically-shaped skin lee griggs forms facial deformations with geometrically-shaped skin
jun 06, 2015

lee griggs forms facial deformations with geometrically-shaped skin

lee griggs forms facial deformations with geometrically-shaped skin
all images courtesy of lee griggs

 

 

 

using digital tools, spanish designer lee griggs has created a series of facial ‘deformations’. the collection depicts incredibly realistic and human-like figures — eyes, noses and mouths are delineated with exact and precise dimensions, scale, shading and perspective. however, it is immediately evident that each of the virtual people, despite their graphic accuracy, are not real. their faces and heads are distorted by various geometric objects and shapes that seem to be hidden within the skin. rectangles, spheres and cylinders stretch and disfigure the images, each bearing pained, mangled and skewed expressions based on the contorted contours their faces take on.

lee griggs deformations
shapes hidden within the skin stretch and distort the human-like figure

lee griggs deformations

lee griggs deformations
bizarre geometries disfigure human characteristics

lee griggs deformations
a figure’s head is stretched by what appears to be a huge sphere inside his skin

lee griggs deformations
a rectangle spans through the head of one of the virtual figures

lee griggs deformations

lee griggs deformations
each expression seems to correlate to the contortion taking place within the face 

lee griggs deformations

lee griggs deformations

lee griggs deformations

  • Huaaaaahhh…I knew THEY are already amongst us. Bodyshapers will conquer earth.

    Dirk16 says:
  • GREAT !!!

    reza says:
  • ShapeShifter…

    Don says:

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