Anjelica Huston, Photo by Richard Avedon and Ara Gallant, 1976

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‘Melting’ Photographs Created by Printing Portraits Using Uncured Ink

Portland, Maine-based photographer Ben DeHaan has an unique—and slightly disturbing—series of portraits in a project titled “Uncured.” Each of the photographs is shown in two forms: one shows what the image originally looked like, and the other is a portrait that’s “melting.”

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