Geraldine Georges is gorgeous. Her illustrated photography combines some of the aspects that we love about the two mediums: beautiful models staring into the middle distance, hazy watercolours, a classy glimpse of nip and leg, and a subtle sense of menacing manipulation. Georges' work has been used in New York Times spreads and L'Oreal campaigns, but unfortunately we never saw her doodle all over Jessica Alba's face.
The Belgian artist's works capture whimsical ladies with baby milk skin and long necks transforming into other forms. Sometimes they are becoming birds, sometimes horses, sometimes even other women (but not in a Human Centipede way). Or sometimes, they're just disappearing into a black wormhole vortex of black ink and posca pens.
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