Have you ever thought about the various ways we recreate ourselves? Bret Lemke’s latest editorial reminds us of the malleable qualities of the human experience. Slicked back and undone, painted on faces hiding in plain view, cheekbones and lips shapeshift before our eyes.
Ema Mckie stuns us with her green eyes as her gaze remains steady in each frame. Makeup comes to life in each image, from a face painted red evoking deep emotion to sunshine yellow dancing across eyelids. The Art of Shapeshifting teaches us that the recreation of self is a natural evolution, one that takes on many forms before settling.