At one point or another we have all been told that we look like somebody else. Whether it be from a family member, a friend, or even just a friendly stranger who happens to fall into conversation with us, we can’t help but wonder if we might just happen to come across them some day.
Francois Brunelle has a passion for just that, and works hard at uniting these completely unrelated doppelgangers in his project to join together 200 “look-a-like” couples for his “I’m not a look-a-like” project. His love for a connection of photography to the human soul, is very apparent, and is seen in the photos below.
Brunelle formed the idea for this project when he photographed a pair of very close friends, who looked as though they had been separated at birth, from there his idea grew into what is now a global project as Francois is on a search for Doppelgangers around the world!
I find it great how many photographers are now taking the route of projects that incorporate your every-day human beings into the center of their project. It reminds us of the connection that we will forever share between each other, and humanity as a whole.
[via “Paul Caridad“]