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25 разголващи снимки "Зад белезите"

Евгений Милов | преди 20 седмици
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Човешката кожа като красив и болезнен отпечатък на лични истории

Малко пробиващи фотографи са толкова впечатляващи, както проекта "Behind The Scars" на 24-годишната британка Софи Майан, който снима за модното списание "Petrie". Фотографката улавя необикновената красота и сурова естетика на човешката кожа, белязана от историите на над 60 души, повечето от които се разголват публично за първи път.

Стремежът към перфектен външен вид е една илюзия, прокламирана от ретушираните с Фотошоп фешън медии, която е способна да направи от жените пластмасови кукли от поточна линия, но несъвършенствата и белезите върху телата правят хората уникални и в това няма нищо срамно - просто поредното табу, с което е време да се сбогуваме.

Срамна може да бъде единствено реакцията на другите към нещо различно, но не и различното. Природата полага огромни усилия да ни направи уникални - нека бъдем такива, независимо дали носим отпечатъка върху кожата си от инциденти, наранявания или проблеми, които сме имали през живота.

Разгледайте по-долу снимки от фотосерията, както и повече за арт проекта на сайта на фотографката.

 

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#behindthescars Andrea "My first scars arrived at 14, whilst playing a chasing game with friends. I jumped over the wall, but the wall moved and I ended up scarring both of my legs. For years I've been paranoid about showing them and only wore trousers. The scars on my left arm and face were given to me by a deranged person out for revenge, the worst part it was not meant for me. I got caught up in a fight where the person had a glass in her hand whilst punching me. I was only aware of it when blood was pouring from my face. I didn't notice my arm until I looked down to see my arm opened up like a butterfly chicken. I now love me for me, ever since I started Focusing On Creating my Ultimate Self." @andreacorbett_ photographed in London, UK

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#behindthescars Miriam "When I was 9 I fell off a swing on holiday and broke my arm quite badly. Being in hospital on holiday was a pain, but I made friends with the other kids on my ward and we remained pen pals for sometime after. My scar doesn't bother me at all, I forget it is there until someone else brings it up. "

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#behindthescars Amy "The accident happened whilst I was doing a backflip in my gymnastics lesson in secondary school - when I was 11 years old (Yr7). I thought I was doing so well, but I obviously didn't nail the landing and ended up crumpled on the floor, holding my arm shouting "It's twisting, it's twisting!"... whilst moving it 180•.. I went to the medical room, now not crying so it was assumed I was going to be fine. My dad picked me up, took me to a&e and to my schlock horror I had to have surgery as I had a rotated fracture. (Now partly thinking it was my fault for testing it's flexibility). I had to have two pins inserted to fix my broken elbow - upon taking them out, I went into a small room metres away from the main waiting room . The doctor pulled out what I can only describe as garden pliers and proceeded to yank away. No anaesthetic, no pain killers and he even had the cheek to tell me to "be quiet, there's patients outside!". No shit Sherlock, shut the door and stop yanking my arm like your pulling w we. Long story short, he obviously did some sort of decoration when taking out my pins & now I have a cute little "T-Scar""

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#behindthescars Janet "I am an enthusiastic amateur dancer and have been all my life. I regularly attend classes at Pineapple studios. I was dancing to a routine we had just learned and decided to "go for it" and really energised my performance. Unfortunately I landed badly after a "hitch kick" on to my left leg and it buckled underneath me and I collapsed on the floor. An MRI scan revealed that I had ruptured my anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). This ligament will not repair itself so you either have to learn to live without it or have ACL reconstruction surgery. The surgery requires keyhole work to repair the knee. A new ligament is made from a graft taken from your hamstring. This is threaded and stapled to the bone. The surgery is straight forward, but the recovery is very hard work, requiring 9 months to a year of physio to get strong again. The scar is fairly modest, but recognisable to anyone who has had the surgery. We give each other a nod of recognition in the gym because we know what we have been through. @janaaysouth photographed in London, UK

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