Contemporary Celebrity Mugshots Re-Appropriated in a 1920s Style

Contemporary Celebrity Mugshots Re-Appropriated in a 1920s Style

For his series, Mugshot Doppelgänger, artist Michael Jason Enriquez took mugshots of some of today's most well-known celebrities and matched them to 1920s mugshot doppelgängers, changing the names to help identify the celebrity pictured. It's an interesting project and quite fun to see...

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Snookie is not a celebrity! dear God in heaven! Lovely photos though :)

Pasha Kyrychenko's picture

Worst photoshop skills ever.

terrible...not even funny or interesting...

How did this make fstoppers?? I know you have better stuff than this out there... 

Andrew Houser's picture

I agree. FStoppers is better than this. This looks pretty hack.

If by "match them"  you mean photoshop their faces onto other people, then yes.  I think that this would actually be quite facinating if the images were actually of individuals that bore an uncanny resemblence to the "celebrity" - but just post production doesn't have the weight to carry that conceptual idea. ( referring to creator not to Fstoppers team )

Adam's picture

Maybe I should have added that this is a fine art project. It's not necessarily meant to fool people... If Cindy Sherman ( would be held to that level, she'd be a failure. We understand she's not just trying to 'fake it.' That's not the point...

CL's picture

Yawn... you can do it yourself here on the BBC America web site as a promo for their new series "Copper".