An artist edits herself into iconic photos of celebrities that make it seem like she can travel through time
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An artist edits herself into iconic photos of celebrities that make it seem like she can travel through time

Beijing-based visual artist Celine Liu started editing herself into images of celebrities in 2002. The result is a now-ongoing photo series titled “I’m Everywhere.” Throughout the series, Liu edits herself into images of celebrities , artists, and politicians, among other famous people. Speaking to INSIDER, Liu said she created the series to “become an icon by standing with the stars.” Some people dream of hanging out with Hollywood actors from the past. Others wish they could have spent time with famous painters who are now long gone. But for one artist , those dreams aren’t as far-fetched as they sound. Celine Liu, a visual artist based in Beijing, China, has been working on a photo-editing series since 2002. Titled “I’m Everywhere,” Liu uses photo-editing tools to insert herself into photos of legendary people, including actors, influential activists, and painters. We recently got in touch with Liu to learn more about her ongoing series. See the realistic photos from her project below. Many of Liu’s edited photos depict her standing alongside famous actors. One example shows Liu at the 1955 Academy Awards with Grace Kelly. The two appear to be laughing and enjoying the ceremony after Kelly accepted her best […]

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