Héctor Sos & His Paper Faces are Kind of Mesmerising…

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From the Paper Faces Series by Héctor Sos
From the Paper Faces Series by Héctor Sos
(Image © Copyright Héctor Sos)

At first glance, the Paper Faces series by Héctor Sos was just a little kooky. But then I felt compelled to go back and investigate further. Maybe it’s my brief history in the printing industry here in Sydney…

the Paper Faces project was created with the intention of linking the use of CreatorVol paper (a coated paper for offset printing) with the idea of the publishing industry as natural and vital, hence the visual relationship between paper and face. From this idea, and also from the need to show the qualities of the paper in a four-color printing process, is a series of distinctive structures made ​​with paper covering the face of the different models.

I can’t say whether Hector was successful in his brief, but it certainly made me look twice…

From the Paper Faces Series by Héctor Sos
From the Paper Faces Series by Héctor Sos
(Image © Copyright Héctor Sos)
From the Paper Faces Series by Héctor Sos
From the Paper Faces Series by Héctor Sos
(Image © Copyright Héctor Sos)
From the Paper Faces Series by Héctor Sos
From the Paper Faces Series by Héctor Sos
(Image © Copyright Héctor Sos)
From the Paper Faces Series by Héctor Sos
From the Paper Faces Series by Héctor Sos
(Image © Copyright Héctor Sos)

If you would like to see more in the Paper Faces series, or learn more about Héctor Sos, check out his website here.

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Comments (5)

Hmm. Not quite sure how to respond…. But one thing I do know is it put a little smile on my face! 🙂

Sharon Lewandowski

Yes! Not quite sure if it’s an oh! Or an oh no! But it’s def eye catching!

Hello Sharon!

Perhaps that was the point – to get us to look twice? If so, Hector has achieved that, I reckon!

I like how the paper colors are selected to carefully match the clothing.

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