Faceblock. It should be a social media privacy app...but cruelly it's not. Ever since my nights of huffing darkroom chemicals in art school, I've loved what I would call, Faceblock pictures. They're those pictures where the photographer accidentally or intentionally, blocked a person's face by some object, decapitating them at the shoulder and obscuring their identity. Like America's funniest home video shows, I think they're amusing.
This week two of my more intentional Faceblock pictures are being used in the world. One nationally and one locally.
September 26, Washington Post Magazine, cover.
Photo Editor: Evan Jane Kriss
October 1, Fashion Mash-Chicago, poster.
Designer: Malcolm Felder.