Unspeaking Likeness

Unspeaking Likeness

Unspeaking Likeness is a series of photographs of forensic facial reconstruction sculptures. These sculptures are commissioned by various law enforcement agencies and used for the purposes of establishing the identity of victims of suspected violent crime whose soft tissue facial features have been obliterated by either trauma or the passage of time. By Arne Svenson.

Unspeaking Likeness is a series of photographs of forensic facial reconstruction sculptures. These sculptures are commissioned by various law enforcement agencies and used for the purposes of establishing the identity of victims of suspected violent crime whose soft tissue facial features have been obliterated by either trauma or the passage of time. By Arne Svenson.

Undoubtedly one of the most divisive and influential names in the history of modern civilization is that of Jesus Christ. However, while the debate surroun

Undoubtedly one of the most divisive and influential names in the history of modern civilization is that of Jesus Christ. However, while the debate surroun

shíshálh womanA 3D forensic facial reconstruction of a shíshálh woman who lived nearly 4,000 years ago. She was buried with thousands of stone and shell beads, some of which were beaded into her hair. (Philippe Froesch, Visual Forensic)

Museum brings faces of 4,000-year-old Indigenous family back to life

shíshálh womanA 3D forensic facial reconstruction of a shíshálh woman who lived nearly 4,000 years ago. She was buried with thousands of stone and shell beads, some of which were beaded into her hair. (Philippe Froesch, Visual Forensic)

A 3D forensic facial reconstruction of a shíshálh chief who lived nearly 4,000 years ago now on display at the Canadian Museum of History. (Philippe Froesch, Visual Forensic)

Museum brings faces of 4,000-year-old Indigenous family back to life

A 3D forensic facial reconstruction of a shíshálh chief who lived nearly 4,000 years ago now on display at the Canadian Museum of History. (Philippe Froesch, Visual Forensic)

Forensic facial reconstruction of former french king Henri IV killed in 1610, and based on the CTscan database of his skull. Made with Cinema 4D R13, VrayForC4D and Zbrush.

Forensic facial reconstruction of former french king Henri IV killed in 1610, and based on the CTscan database of his skull. Made with Cinema 4D R13, VrayForC4D and Zbrush.

File:Cro-Magnon man rendered.png - Wikimedia Commons

File:Cro-Magnon man rendered.png - Wikimedia Commons

Bach’s bust has sat on innumerable pianos for centuries, but he only posed for one portrait in his lifetime. So this reconstruction of his face—which was taken from a bronze cast of his skull—offers an interesting glimpse into the man beneath the 18th century wig. You get the same thick neck, underbite, and stern brow you see in the painting, but the reconstruction’s friendly, confused stare lacks the soul of the real man … and his music, for that matter.

Bach’s bust has sat on innumerable pianos for centuries, but he only posed for one portrait in his lifetime. So this reconstruction of his face—which was taken from a bronze cast of his skull—offers an interesting glimpse into the man beneath the 18th century wig. You get the same thick neck, underbite, and stern brow you see in the painting, but the reconstruction’s friendly, confused stare lacks the soul of the real man … and his music, for that matter.

Yaroslav I, Grand Prince of Rus', known as Yaroslav the Wise or Iaroslav the Wise (Old Norse: Jarizleifr;[1] Old East Slavic and Russian Ярослав Мудрый; Ukrainian: Ярослав Мудрий; c. 978 – 20 February 1054) was thrice Grand Prince of Novgorod and Kiev, uniting the two principalities for a time under his rule. Yaroslav's Christian name was George (Yuri) after Saint George

Yaroslav I, Grand Prince of Rus', known as Yaroslav the Wise or Iaroslav the Wise (Old Norse: Jarizleifr;[1] Old East Slavic and Russian Ярослав Мудрый; Ukrainian: Ярослав Мудрий; c. 978 – 20 February 1054) was thrice Grand Prince of Novgorod and Kiev, uniting the two principalities for a time under his rule. Yaroslav's Christian name was George (Yuri) after Saint George

A forensic facial reconstruction of Paranthropus boisei who was a long-lived species of archaic hominin that first evolved in East Africa about 2.3 million years ago.

A forensic facial reconstruction of Paranthropus boisei who was a long-lived species of archaic hominin that first evolved in East Africa about 2.3 million years ago.

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