Superimposed Portraits – Ken Kitano

Superimposed Portraits – Ken Kitano
November 23, 2012

24 guards in Tiananmen Square, Beijing, China

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Since 1999 Ken Kitano take dozens of portraits of people with the same occupation and superimposes them to create the average of these people.

A technique used with Tourist Pictures by Corinne Vionnet.
This technique was used also to create the average faces of men and women by nationality/location.

30 Geikos and Maikos, Dancing the Special Kyo Dance in the Spring

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42 member of baseball club at OHMI High School in Shiga, Japan

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35 esoteric buddhist monks

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31 day-labourers watching a film in an open-air cinema

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34 Costume Players who Came to the comic Market in Taipei City, Taiwan

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35 Esoteric Buddhist Monks of the Shingon Sect Studying at KOHYA Mountain Specialty School, Wakayama

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20 Students in the 5th Grade in Elementary School (N.U.R.S.) in Nairia Village in Jessore State, Bangladesh, 2008

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39 People Floating Lanterns Down the River Motoyasu in Memory of Atomic Bomb Victims on August 6, 2004, Hiroshima

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20 Women Washing Themselves in River Ganges in Varanasi, India, 2008

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23 Female Muslim in Burqa, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2008

A technique used with Tourist Pictures by Corinne Vionnet.
This technique was used also to create the average faces of men and women by nationality/location.

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