Today’s article is about Ruadh DeLone, who in my opinion is a genius of comical photo manipulation. His usual work includes portraits and is basically a caricature or parody of people that existed or are currently alive. One after another, he portrayed Salvador Dali, Michael Schumacher, Jack Nicholson or Charlie Chaplin. He also gave life to the 1950s.
Now, in this article, you’ll be seeing 6 of his great projects: Usual Suspects, New York Times, Egotrips – A box of selfportraits, I am not, Hospital Room and Shy. I’m sure that you’ll appreciate his work as much as I did. The special type humour he uses must by no means be seen as odd/weird. There are a total of 43 photos in this article and you should carefully scroll each of them. Nevertheless, enjoy, be inspired and if you will like this article, then please share it with your friends or community! Many thanks! Cheers!
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‘I am not a clown, it is this monstrous naive society that plays the game of severity for better conceal her idiocy’
Larry King Live
The Mirror Of The Soul
Remember Charlie C. (Chaplin)
Hospital Room Project
The Shy Project
New York Times 1950
The Usual Suspects