“Blow Job” Photography by Tadao Cern

I know what you’re thinking right now. You came to see a very specific type of imagery, and all I’ve given you are photographs of people being slammed in the face with blasts of air, instead of blasts of something else. Please forgive me! Perhaps if you ask Tadao Cern, the photographer behind these gusty works of art, nicely, he’ll take shots of that for you as well. In the mean time, though…

What you’re looking at is a collection of photographs of people’s faces contorted every which way from high powered blasts of air. Tadao Cern used to be an architect, so perhaps he was inspired by people jumping off of buildings, the wind whistling past, their faces pulled taught from the speed. That, or it was something far less disturbing, and I’m simply a bit twisted; tough to say.

“Blow Job” Photography

More surprising that the look on the faces of the people who agreed to be photographed, is that there are over 100 photographs in this collection. Yes, there are certainly more than the 8 I included here, and as you sift through the collection on Tadao’s Facebook Page, you’ll quickly find that each and every person has their unique blow face, much like their O face, but with 63% less Drew. I for one and quite happy with that.

If you’re interested in seeing some of Tadao Cern’s work that doesn’t blow, head over to his official website and take a gander at his gallery. He doesn’t have a lot built up there right now, but after all the exposure he’s gotten recently, I have a feeling we’ll be seeing a lot more work from this Lithuanian based photographer.

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