National Geographic commissioned Martin Schoeller to capture the mulit-racial face of America.

In case you missed it, National Geographic celebrated its 125th anniversary last year. In its October anniversary issue, the magazine commissioned photographer Martin Schoeller to capture the changing faces of America.

Schoeller took pictures of what will be the face of ‘the average Americans’ in 2050. No longer a homogenized country, the rise in interracial relationships has resulted in a a blurring of traditional racial boundaries. Schoeller’s photographs challenge the way that we use physical appearance to identify people and revealing the nation’s multi-racial present and future. Says Schoeller:

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