Artist Creates 'Genetic Portraits' By Seamlessly Splicing Together Headshots Of Relatives

February 10, 2012

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This is a gallery of "genetic portraits" made by artist Ulric Collette by Photoshopping together photos of his family members. This is a father and daughter portrait here of Daniel, 60 and Amélie, 33. Not necessarily a new idea, but definitely the most Two-Face looking execution I've seen. And speaking of Two-Face executions, *pointing gun* call it in the air -- heads or tails. "Tails." Too bad, you lose. "That's not even a coin -- it's a shirt button!" Ugh, MONEY'S TIGHT RIGHT NOW.

Hit the jump for several more but be sure to check out Ulric's website for the rest.

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PORTRAITS GÉNÉTIQUES

Thanks to Castiliad, who told me I had a butthis face. "The Geekologie Writer? He's dumb as shit -- butthis face, that's the real kicker. Definitely gonna die an ugly virgin."

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