could be, who knows

"Could Be Me is a project exploring the possibility of one artist occupying another's space. It is a visual adventure and an interpretation of the same sentence by different artists worldwide."
- Paul Paper

Lithuanian artist Paul Paper invites fellow designers, illustrators and artists from all over the world to create original works that feature the phrase, "It could be me, but it’s actually Paul Paper." The project has attracted over 100 contributions with works ranging from the careful and considered to the humorous and downright strange.

Anna Fischinger

Siggeir M. Hafsteinsson

Martin Schmidt

Andy J. Miller

Richard Sarson (Cheeky, don't you think?)

Ilya Kazakov

Cristiana Couceiro

Nerijus Rimkus

Rebecca Trawick

:could be me; (top image) olivia jeffries

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