A Photographer Compares Portraits of Cats and Their Owners, and the Results Are Too Similar to Be Ignored – Design You Trust

A Photographer Compares Portraits of Cats and Their Owners, and the Results Are Too Similar to Be Ignored

Science claims that people tend to choose a pet that looks similar to them and Gerrard Gethings, a professional animal photographer, has taken it upon himself to prove this. In a series of striking comparisons called #doyoulooklikeyourdog and #doyoulooklikeyourcat, he compares the portraits of humans and their pets and highlights the similarities they share.

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