Rubber Band Portraits

We have already previously featured Scotch Tape Portraits, but this time photographer Wes Naman has created a portrait collection that depicts musicians’ faces distorted and compressed by rubber bands. Beautiful, isn’t it?

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

Rubber band portrait.

6 thoughts on “Rubber Band Portraits”

  1. I’d like to see the look on the face of archaeologists in the future when they’ll study the legacies of our civilisation.

  2. This is what happens to me when I’m bored at work. I just close the door and go to town with my rubberbands!

  3. in England it is ok to spell civilisation with a s as well as a z, quite often we brits use s where Americans use z, examples are, analyse analyze
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    P.S….Love the portraits.

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