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Double Take: Doppelgangers Unite Thanks to One Photographer's Project

Jan 24, 2014 at 4:23 PM Chime in now

Franois Brunelle "I'm Not a Look-Alike!"

Franois Brunelle

No matter how unique you look, there’s someone in the world who looks just like you.

 

That’s the concept behind photographer François Brunelle’s project "I'm Not a Look-Alike!,” in which he aims to take 200 pictures of pairs of doppelgängers all around the world. 


Brunelle told us he wanted to get strangers who look alike together in the same room and "record the emotion of being close together, in peace.” In fact, he said people are generally very favorable to uncovering their mirror image in the world.
 

Wilder things have happened too, as a result of the project. “Two men became friends after, along with their respective wives, who had the same first name. They regularly go out together and have a good time,” Brunelle said. “And I became good friends with two women look-alikes from Germany who call themselves my little sisters.”

Check out some of the images from the project below.
 

Elisa and Corinne, France

François Brunelle

Nuno and Miguel, Portugal

François Brunelle

Donmar and Martine, U.S.A.

François Brunelle

Tamara and Sandra, Netherlands

François Brunelle

Stéphane and Claude-Simon, Canada

François Brunelle

 

Let us know in the comments: Have you ever met someone who looked just like you?

 

Alesandra Dubin is a Los Angeles-based writer and the founder of home and travel blog Homebody in Motion. Follow her on FacebookGoogle+ and Twitter.

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