09/02/2015
But first, let me draw a selfie.

Words by

Kirsten Biacsi

Art just got hella-interactive at this year’s Supergraph, with Tobias Guttman’s ‘Face-o-mat’.

An already lively graphic art and design festival gets a dash of wit with their guest-of-honour’s world famous “analogue portrait machine”. A cardboard social machine with a photo-booth principle, where one can receive a ‘facelift’. Not the medical kind. This is way more fun and way WAY cheaper than that. It's a portrait where one can be drawn as a wacky animal-hybrid or just receive a really cool, hand-drawn pic of your face (see above).

For the most creative selfie around, check out Tobias Guttman at Supergraph in Melbourne. 

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