Photographer’s self portraits make her one with nature as animals eyes replace her own in ‘Animeyed’
When her work isn’t being shown in the Saatchi Gallery within the Louvre or in an advertisement for Adobe, Flóra Borsi is behind the camera or computer, capturing and compositing fine art images to share with the world.
In one of her more recent series, Animeyed, the Hungarian photographer brought together animals and self portraits to make an eye-catching collection of images that show the eyes of animals overlaid on her own.
Like many great photo series, or creations in general, Animeyed essentially by accident when a self portrait with her dog resulted in his eye being in almost the exact spot hers was. It was that little spark that fueled Borsi to create the series.
She says each piece takes between 15–20 hours, between hair, makeup, stock photo research, composition and, of course, the shoot itself.
As for why she wanted to create the series, Borsi told Bored Panda, ’I wanted to show that the animals are so unique and special, every little detail is different, and we are similar to them somehow.’
Below are the rest of the images from the series:
You can find more of Borsi’s work on her website and Behance profile.
Image credit: Photos by Flóra Borsi used with permission