Teenager Annalisa Hartlaub's Photo Project To Find Out What She'd Have Looked Liked 100 Years Ago
Filed under: Vintage and Craft
If you've ever considered you in another era, you've got to check out teenager Annalisa Hartlaub's photography project looking at culture and counterculture from the 1920s to the present day.
The 16-year-old photography student at Ohio State University told the Huffington Post: "I've always been fascinated, and a bit infatuated, with counterculture and how it shapes society and mainstream culture as well. So I decided to mix that interest with my love of fashion, makeup, and photography to create something."
Th end result is pretty amazing. Hartlaub has used a filter on each picture to make it look more authentic, considered hair, beauty and fashion through the ages and compared the mainstream look to something that would have been considered a lot more radical.
It highlights that these days, you can pretty much get away with anything - in 2014 what does counterculture even look like?
Take a flick through the whole project - we guarantee it will make you think...
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