Triptychs of Strangers: Details of Subjects Captured in Three Frames

Adde Adesokan of Germany captures beautiful portraits of strangers by snapping three photographs of their head, hands, and feet. The frames are then arranged as triptychs that creatively reveal who the subjects are.

You can find more of Adesokan’s triptychs in this Flickr set.

Triptychs of Strangers (via Photojojo)

Image credits: Photographs by Adde Adesokan and used with permission

  • ★★★ Tam Nguyen ★★★

    Some of this guy’s work is somewhat the same.

  • Ricardo Retamal

    Amazing! :)

  • Goodi

    As far as I know the images are taken with a Olympus PEN

  • Dave

    Who cares? What kind of pen did Shakespeare use? Did it influence his writing?

  • Anonymous

    I really enjoyed visiting your site, and it looks outstanding. If you get a chance you should visit my site as well. I hope you have a good day!

  • Regina

    That guy is inspired by Adesokan, AKA The

    He says it in the comments of this foto

  • Demianint

    Yeah, well, actually it might…

  • stanimir stoyanov

    That’s an awesome set. Any ideas about the lens he used? I’m guessing 35 or 50mm wide-open…

  • Flgraphics

    kinda makes people look like short cartoon versions

  • patrick dinneen

    Original and very intersting and fun