This Russian Artist Continues to Create Amazing Surrealistic Self-Portraits and Photomanipulations – Design You Trust

This Russian Artist Continues to Create Amazing Surrealistic Self-Portraits and Photomanipulations

Recently, I came across an artist on Instagram named Alexandra Chertulova. She is based in Russia and is known for her surrealist photographs. She takes concepts that seem impossible, and uses her photographs to create their own world. Her work is very eye-catching and often makes you stop and think.

Probably the most interesting thing is that instead some random people or models, she uses self-portraits to express her creative thoughts about such complex topics as individuality, different emotions, and dreams.

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