Death, existence, and time… these somber themes are often explored in the works of Greg Sand, an artist and photographer based in Clarksville, Tennessee.

In his series Remnants, Sand creates a portrait made from three found photos of a single person, taken during different points of the subject’s life. The found photos are cut into strips and woven together, creating a haunting portrait of a person who has passed away. Despite the inaccuracy of the mismatched features, the person still remains strangely recognizable. Recollection and remembrance are at play in Remnants, and the portraits become a touching reminder that a person lives on after death, in one’s memory.

See more of his work here, or follow him on Behance.

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