20 Stunning Examples of Eye Make-Up Macro Photography

Eyes are possibly one of the most beautiful things you can photograph, especially for make-up photography. The colours and patterns that form in the iris are incredible and are often overlooked with the human eye.

This showcase of eye make-up macro photography features a selection of superb shots, all of which use make-up to bring out the best of the photos, making them more unique and visually appealing, serving as a great source of inspiration.

Artist Showcase: Designer & Illustrator Wayne Dorrington

I set about learning the art of Infographics and Data Visualisation last year. Starting simply (with the complete journeys of Doctor Who - which I immediately regretted) I learned a lot and began to try as many different styles as I could. Most recently, I dabbled with use of icons to tell stories recreating the entire plots of the first two Star Wars movies entirely in icons (or "Iconoscope"). I'm now moving towards traditional illustration as well. I am not, however, thinking of shaving my ginger beard in the foreseeable future as its inherent gingeryness is the source of my creative energy.

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