Text messages are a great way of communication, but only when we're careful about what we say and when we're saying it. Many people are probably guilty of having sent or read a few texts while driving, although the dangers of combining the two common activities have been well publicized. Belgian road safety group, Parents of Road Victims, and agency, Happiness Brussels, have commissioned artist Andres Serrano to create a series of portraits for the campaign "Don't Text and Die." The people featured in the portraits are shown looking down as an eerie light shines on their faces, as a reflection of moments where texting and death are not so unrelated.

[via AnimalNewYork]