Portrait Series Finds Unrelated People Who Look Identical [Pics]

Portrait Series Finds Unrelated People Who Look Identical [Pics]
Arts & Culture

Photographer Francois Brunelle has captured black and white portraits of real life doppelgangers.

Emma Hutchings
  • 14 december 2012

Canadian photographer François Brunelle‘s project ‘I’m not a look-alike!’ aims to gather 200 photos of unrelated people who look like each other. Doppelgangers from around the world are photographed together in black and white portraits.

Doppelgangers Among Us [Pics]

François Brunelle is fascinated by the ressemblance between look-alikes. It is not about looking like famous people. The project is about looking like other people. The fact that two persons, totally unrelated to each other, sometimes born in different countries, share the same physical appearance is really the essence of the project.

Click through to see a selection of portraits from Brunelle’s photo series:

François Brunelle

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