Sally Dennison has created a self-portrait series in which she digitally manipulates herself so that she is practically unrecognizable. The series is on display at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art through March 6, 2010.

She says of this series:

This series is a rejection of cultural ideals that surround me on a daily basis. As much as it is concerned with aesthetic values this series deals heavily with digital manipulation. It has come to be that we have no idea when an image has been “photoshopped” and so we assume humans have the capability to be flawless. Each of the images is worked with through Photoshop so that every detail of my face and body has been restructured. Each of my “characters” or “identities” have lingering features in common, but it is only noticeable when viewed as a group.”