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September 27, 2011

Invented Stories

Illustrator extraordinaire Fernanda Guedes from São Paulo, Brazil has a flickr feed filled to the brim with eye candy, including our favorite series of hers, "People and Their Invented Histories."

In this set, she chooses a picture from Facehunter or The Sartorialist and fictionalizes a profile for the stranger in the photograph. The drawings and characters she develops seem to be fascinating people and it leaves me wondering if by some supernatural occurrence, the made-up story could have ever mirrored that person's reality.
Invented Stories

Invented Stories

Invented Stories

Invented Stories

Invented Stories

4 Comments

Dewi Isn
Dewi Isn Posted Sep 27, 2011
she's got cool style, and imagination

Clare Pryke
Clare Pryke Posted Sep 28, 2011
Aysha & Luigi are my favourites. Original & skilled. Bravo Ducks! X

Tommy Kane
Tommy Kane Posted Oct 3, 2011
Very clever. Love it.

Martina Scott
Martina Scott Posted Oct 11, 2011
This is an interesting project. It would be great if someone drawn here were to stumble upon this and read their made up bio. I wonder if any are close.

 

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