Photographer Anelia Loubser has flipped portrait photography on it's head, literally, and the results are pretty creepy.
Loubser's "Alienation" series features black-and-white portraits turned 180 degrees so that the foreheads of her subjects form strange alien faces. On her Behance page, the photographer writes that the series "challenges the viewer by using creative tactics," tactics based on Wayne Dyer's concept that argues, "If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change." Loubser says that her images are "on the one hand strangely aesthetic, on the other hand mysteriously eerie."
Once you see the faces, it is very hard to un-see them.
For more of this unique portrait series, check out Loubser's portfolio on Behance.