These Side-By-Side Pics Of Family Members Prove DNA Is Freakishly Strong.
Canadian photographer and graphic designer Ulric Collette conducted an amazing photographic project on genetic similarities between members of the same family. The concept was unique in that Ulric merged photos of various people’s family members together to create an all-new portrait. What he achieved were breathtaking photos that showed how strong genetics can truly be among family. In fact, it was while photoshopping his own son’s image that he came up with this idea, and the results are seriously epic.
Grandmother Ginette, 61, and her granddaughter Ismaëlle, 12, are seriously twinning.
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to see another you, then you should ask Ulric to Photoshop your family like he did this grandmother/granddaughter duo. It’s obvious Ismaëlle has her grandma’s eyes.
Brothers Christophe, 30 and Ulric, 29, are different in some ways, but they pretty much look like twins.
These brothers appear to be slightly identical. Oh, sure, there are some subtle differences, like the lips and one of the nostrils being slightly bigger. But everything else is so similar, they could pass as twins.
Sisters Anne-Sophie, 19 and Pascale,16, are pretty much the same person. Well, except for a few differences.
It’s hard to tell that these are two different people. The only thing that really gives it away is the eyebrows and maybe the nose a little bit.
Sisters Véronique, 32 And Catherine, 26, are like the ying to each other’s yang.
Talk about some serious strong family genes here! These sisters appear to literally be each other’s half. They also have the same beautiful smile.
Father and son Claude, 54 and Benoit, 23, proved that age is just a number.
If Benoit ever wonders what he’ll look like at 54, he only has to look at his dad. The two of them look a lot alike. The only thing is that Benoit has an attached earlobe, and Claude has a detached lobe.
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