Surreal Stretched-Out And Rearranged Portraits By Sakir Yildirim – Design You Trust

Surreal Stretched-Out And Rearranged Portraits By Sakir Yildirim

Sakir Yildirim is an Istanbul-based creative art director who combines photography and graphic design to create amusing and surreal images. His series Crawler is a collection of glitchy, stretched-out Photoshopped portraits, while Flip and Mirror features rearranged strips of a photograph rearranged haphazardly.

More info: Sakir Yildirim, Behance, Instagram (h/t: fubiz)
















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