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Haunting Portrait Series Juxtaposes People with Plant Life

'Treeheads,' the fictional hybrids in Cal Redback's darkly poetic images, are exactly what they sound like.

by Annie Armstrong
Aug 4 2015, 2:35pm

French photographer Cal Redback combines humans and plants to create the surreal portraits in his photo series, Treeheads. The works cover a wide span of elements, from fire, to flora, to fauna, and their effects fall somewhere between ethereal and haunting.

The juxtaposition of portrait and plant are so tactfully blended that they disorient the viewer, inviting sci-fi enthusiasts and surrealists alike into Redback's expertly-manipulated world. We think his works speak for themselves, so we'll let them do just that—check out more from Cal Redback below: 

See more of Redback’s work on his 500px page.

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