‘Animeyed’ Self-Portraits by Flora Borsi


Like many of you, we often surf the web for fun and interesting pages of content that move and inspire. We happened up some artwork from Flora Borsi, recently, a Budapest based photographer who did a series of self-portraits called Animeyes where she photographed an animal’s eye in place of her right eye and the results are spectacular.

In each photo, Borsi changed her makeup, hair color, and eye color to compliment each animal, creating a wonderful hybrid effect to showcase the biological similarities of humans to the rest of our natural world.

Flora captures the complex strength and fragility of the human psyche. She expertly visualizes dark fantasies and atmospheric dreams, utilizing the uncanny and clever metaphor, while unlocking what it means to think, feel, dream and express in the urban world.
She is an award-winning photographer. She has exhibited throughout Europe and The US, including the Saatchi Gallery and the Louvre. She was the face of Adobe Photoshop back in 2014.

While this series of photos is now two years old, they are well worth a look. These prints would be a sure conversation starter in any optical shop or practice.

You can order prints from her website.

Photos courtesy of Flora Borsi





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