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Head Over Heels: a photo series of people walking upside down

Paris-based photographer and art director Patrice Letarnec takes the popular expression ‘head over heels’ a little too literally in a series called Head Over Heels. The concept is simple: models handstand with their clothes still in ‘normal position’, meaning the top is still the top and the jeans and shoes are still on the bottom. This confuses the viewer when they see arms that are actually legs, and legs that are actually arms. Confused? Don’t worry, we are too.

Via My Modern Met

head over heels by patrice letarnec
head over heels by patrice letarnec
head over heels by patrice letarnec
head over heels by patrice letarnec
head over heels by patrice letarnec
head over heels by patrice letarnec
head over heels by patrice letarnec

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