Francois Brunelle is a French Canadian photographer whose work gives new meaning to the phrase “double exposure.”
For the past several years, Brunelle has been documenting doppelgangers — people who happen to look strikingly similar but aren’t related. He’s on a quest to make 200 black-and-white portraits, and plans to eventually turn the project into a book.
Photo Credit: Francois Brunelle
Photograph, ca. 1985
Oluwarotimi (Rotimi) Adebiyi Wahab Fani-Kayode (April 1955 - December 21, 1989) was a Nigerian photographer working principally in Britain. He explored the tensions created by sexuality, race and culture through stylised portraits and compositions. The main body of his work was between 1982-1989.