Today I bring you the work of a Polish illustrator and graphic designer, Weronika Krzemieniecka
, currently studying at Strzeminski Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz. A conceptual work in which Weronika portrays a human face, highlighting only some traces through imprints. As we all know, we age, and even if some of us might not like, it´s a natural process. During that process, time carves on our faces a small map of our existence, detailed and different for each person, making each of us unique. For this project she used potato starch and only one light source coming from one side, the imprints photographed are those of her own face: looking at the pictures you can guess which part of the face is portraited. I have to agree with her when she says that the most interesting surface in the world is human face.