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Sculptor Philip Haas created a group of large-scale, fifteen-foot-high, fibre-glass sculptures. The colossal size of Haas's sculpture accentuates the visual puzzle of natural forms—flowers, ivy, moss, fungi, vegetables, fruit, trees, bark, branches, twigs, leaves—as they are recycled to form four human portraits. (Wikipedia) TWISTING the human face made to look like a non human. Here a non human form is made to resemble a human face.