the largest artwork ever made out of rice, Saeri Kiritani, a NY-based artist who originally hails from Kanazawa, has been named one of the winners of the National Portrait Gallery’s 2013 portrait competition. Titled, 100 pounds of rice, Kiritani glued together over 1 million grains of rice to create a 5-foot high portrait of herself. Even the hair is made from rice noodles.
Photographer Bill Gekas staged his daughter in compositions inspired by the paintings of Vermeer , the Dutch Baroque painter of the most famous Golden Age . ”He realized especially in a refined style, genre paintings, mostly showing interior scenes of domestic life. ’
D ominick Reed , Developer at Cambridge (UK), turns his face in photoshop to create portraits of eccentrics. Mr. Flibble spent more than 3650 hours, used a ton of makeup, wigs and dozens of accessories to make these self-portraits to the rhythm of his wacky humor.