When Bernard Pras sees a pile of junk he sees opportunity. An old orange? Jack Nicolson’s forehead. Strips of rubber tires? Bob Marley’s dreads. That toy pig? Mick Jagger’s chin.
The French painter, photographer, and sculptor has been creating portraits out of everyday objects such as toys, textiles, wood, clothing and whatever else he could get his junk-hungry hands on for over twenty years. He uses these mundane objects to create beautiful, often haunting interpretations of pop culture icons, from Mick Jagger and Bowie to Andy Warhol and Einstein, according to Hhhhappy.
See more at Pras’ website.