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As with many groundbreaking artistic techniques, the validity of art created with digital tools has been controversial.
But Sarah Schneider and Jake Hurwitz’s Digital Picassos are a revolution we can all get behind. Their simple method makes this truly the common man’s cubism.
Step 1: Find a couple digital cameras. (Ideally with large screens.)
Step 2: Hold each camera closely over a crucial part of your face as if you’re going to take a picture of it.
Step 3: Get a friend to take a picture of you. Rearrange and re-shoot as necessary to make yourself look as ugly as possible.
Check out the site to see more examples of the technique and submit your own!
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