PHOTOS: Bizarre self-portraits

In this one-of-a-kind photography performance project, an artists' alter ego creates a series of surreal and wild self-portraits in which everyday objects are stuck all over his face. The absurd works of David Henry Nobody Jr. feature face attachments ranging from ice cream and toothbrushes to hamburger meat and pictures of Donald Trump. Not stopping with those additions, David Nobody — the creation of artist David Henry Brown Jr. — has even included peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and plastic toys in his face shots. To date, David estimates he has taken around 700 self-portraits in this style since starting the project in 2014. David, who is based in New York but is originally from Philadelphia, said: "I have a history of working in character — much like a writer would write in character. "I morph my identity into the things around me. (Caters News)