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Artist Bryan Lewis Saunders Has Drawn A Self-Portrait Everyday For Seventeen Years (PHOTOS) Artist Bryan Lewis Saunders Has Drawn A Self-Portrait Everyday For Seventeen Years (PHOTOS) On March 30, 1995, Bryan Lewis Saunders embarked on an art project that he planned to continue for the rest of his life -- to create a new self-portrait every single day. Intrigued by how our environments can shape our self-perception, the artist has created thousands of portraits since he began his project. (Today's self-portrait will be number 8,630.) Each portrait captures Saunders' most intimate of feelings about the world in relation to himself. "Like fingerprints, snowflakes, and DNA they are all different, no two are the same," he writes on his website. He has organized his portraits into various series reflecting his mental states at the time, touching on everything from anxiety to love.
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