There is really something special about the way photographer Alexander Straulino shoots a face. Be it zoomed in, cut up, or heavily dripping in paint, your everyday face turns into a bold, almost abstract statement through Alexander’s lens. IN THIS WAY, STRAULINO ANSWERS THE QUESTION WHAT IS BEAUTIFUL ON A HUMAN BEING OR WHAT MAKES IT BEAUTIFUL IN HIS VERY OWN, SO FAR UNSEEN WAY. —CITED FROM THE PHOTOGRAPHER’S OWN BIOGRAPHY
Alexander Hamilton’s life is perhaps best known for its end: he was mortally wounded in a duel with political rival Aaron Burr. But his personal life and political achievements are fascinating, impressive, and—until recently—underappreciated. Here is a man who, though featured on our ten-dollar bill, many Americans know little about. I was certainly one of them.
Alexander the Great, depicting expressions of Alexander though in reality he may not have looked this way. a flatteed depiction but the expression shows a man a restless spirit, shown through raided eyebrows and lively expression. emotion depicts character