Artists Transform People Into The Spitting Image Of Their Icons

A trio of artists can transform you into the spitting image of your biggest icons. Using a clever combination of make-up and design, the collaborators have recreated Audrey Hepburn, The Joker and Charlie Chaplins finest hours with a model just like you.

Fashion photographer Etienne Clotis first came up with the idea a few years ago, before artist and designer Lucie Vervelle came on board. The trio are completed by Joris Souris, a make-up artist, who altogether bring the iconic portraits back to life.

More info: Iconic, Instargram (h/t: boredpanda)

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