Young fine art photographer Flora Borsi uses herself as model to create a series of surreal self portraits by “replacing” one eye with an animal’s eye, of that the animals are posed in a way that their eyes are superimposed over Borsi’s eyes. As a visual artist and photographer based in Bucharest, Hungary, Flora Borsi specializes on using exquisite photo manipulation to create surreal images, “I can visualize my ideas more effectively and execute them right away,” she said during an interview. The face of Adobe Photoshop in 2014 was Borsi’s artwork.
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