If you’re willing, even your fingers can be transformed into famous people of your choice, and that’s what the Italian artist Dito Von Tease did for his Ditology project. He photographed his own index ‘dito’, (aka finger) and magically manipulates it into public figures like Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg with astounding accuracy.
(Image Source: Ditology)
There’s one disadvantage though: the portrait will look either too cute or too cool! Check out our 10 favorite picks below and if you feel like making one for fun, there’s an app for that.
Dito Avatar. With this level of accuracy and detail, it’s hard to tell if this really comes from a regular index finger. Dito Von Tease is not (just) another photo manipulator.
Dito Mario Bros. I love how vector designs are created to suit this Mario character. The artist truly cares about every single element that adds to the accuracy.
Dito Mona Lisa. Masterpiece remastered, but how the heck did he re-create the cloth in renaissance style?
Dito Mozart. If you haven’t noticed the similarity yet, here is the photo for you to compare with.
Dito Ronald McDonald. Ronald McDonald’s look always freaks me out, but this one scared me with its seamless, realistic combination between background and portrait.
Dito Mark Zuckerberg. If you use Facebook every day, will your finger start looking like Mark Zuckerberg? Nailed the hair.
Dito Obama. Love him or hate him, you can’t hate Dito Obama.
Dito Tattoo. Quick note: every master work like this takes between 8 and 16 hours.
Dito Wrestling. All these convincing designs and textures makes me wonder if finger people actually exists in real life!
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For more finger fun check out the whole collection here.
For more fabulous finger portraits, you can visit the main Ditology site. Now which finger portrait is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
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