Daniel-Day Lewis’ severed head (by David LaChapelle)

David LaChapelle, born March 11, 1963 in Fairfield, Connecticut, is a photographer and director who works in the fields of fashion, advertising, and fine art photography, and is noted for his surreal, unique, sexualized, and often humorous style. LaChapelle’s work has been described as surrealist, grotesque, shocking and ironic. Here is his portrait of Daniel-Day Lewis’ head!
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Peter Lorre beheaded (1939)

We came across this great portrait of one of our personal favorite actors, the one and only Mr. Peter Lorre. It dates back to 1939. Unknown photographer (if you happen to know who shot it, please write to us). For some more grotesque shots of Mr. Lorre, like us on Facebook here and check out our 1969 rare Fritz Lang portrait here
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Malkovich sessions (by Sandro Miller)

American photographer Sandro Miller (1958-), professionally better known as Sandro, has been a photographer for over thirty years. He makes ad campaigns for major brands and editorial work for well known magazines, but at the same time focuses on his personal projects.
Amongst the various photography books Sandro released over the past 13 years are American Bikers, Imagine Cuba and El Matador.
His series Malkovich Sessions is a collection of portraits of John Malkovich taken throughout the last eleven years. They even shot a small experimental film together which will be posted on our Facebook page. Like us here.

I am not the author of these images. All rights go to the amazing SANDRO (www.sandrofilm.com)