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Alike Yet Different Men
Alike Yet Different-K
Our Many Feelings

Faces are everywhere, in reality and all media. We all are alike, yet  each of us is different. They all look alike yet each has its own  characteristics. When we see faces of similar sizes overlapped they become a  sea of faces, a crowd from which no individual can be discerned. Taken out  of context of the body, a commonality becomes apparent. Paper faces are a  leveler - there is no question of power, wealth, or ethnicity. All are alike, yet different. All are vulnerable; no one is safe anywhere.


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