Genetic Portraits by Ulric Collette

Published 4 years ago

While doing “an image a day” type of project Canada-based photographer Ulric Collette accidentally ended up creating his first genetic portrait (the first picture on our list). It was made by splicing together photographs of himself and his son.

Urlic calls his on-going series ‘Genetic Portraits’ and sees a lot of potential and other ideas related to genetics. Interestingly enough, the new combined faces of relatives look quite normal or at least are not far from it.

Website: ulriccollette.com

Son/Father: Nathan, 7 & Ulric, 29

Daughter / Mother: Marie-Pier, 18 & N’sira, 49

Sisters: Anne-Sophie, 19 & Pascale, 16

Sisters: Catherine, 23 & Veronica, 29

Daughter / Mother: Veronica, 29 & Francine, 56

Mother / daughter: Francine, 56 & Catherine, 23

Brothers, Christopher, 30 & Ulrich, 29

Sister / Brother: Karine, 20 & Dany, 25

Cousin / Cousin: Justine, 29, & Ulrich, 29

Brothers: Matthew, 25 & Ulrich, 29

Twins: Laurence & Christina, 20 years

Father / Son: Laval, 56 & Vincent, 29

Father / Son: Denis, 53 and William, 28

Mother / Daughter: Julie, 61 & Isabelle, 32

Sisters, Gabrielle, 28 & Leah 25

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