A Man and His Goatee Are Soon Parted

Submitted by Tristan, the model and photographer.

“I have always loved goatess, they look so uniquely beatnik, and so I drew one on with my eyebrow pencil.  I look like a British writer.”

Posted by on October 16th, 2010 at 10:00 am

Category: faces 6 comments »

6 Responses to “A Man and His Goatee Are Soon Parted”

  1. Jude

    You do look like a British writer…or a slam poet.


  2. kendall

    yowzah, it really does change your face, the glasses are dope diggity too, the colour has been altered I suspect, but are you really as fiery offline?

    Also the nude ear lobe makes me think male. It shouldn’t, tons of boys have piercings, but makes me think is all.


  3. Jessica

    If you only had ugly square glasses, you could be Maynard G Krebs’ twin… well, maybe not really. Interestingly, the man I most associate with the beat generation, Jack Kerouak, looked nothing at all like a beatnik.

    “The more advanced the mind, the more the need for the simplicity of play…” James T Kirk on Shore Leave


  4. Sarah-Sophia

    I love this, you totally pull it off amazingly.
    I don’t know what you pull off… but you do it well.

    I love the goatee. (:


  5. Tristan

    Thanks you guys, and yeah my hair is naturally a reddish brown. And though I wish I had facial piercings, I suppose my lack of generates something unique as well.


    Jessica replied:

    Facial piercings are a personal choice, but in my opinion you don’t need them. There is something to be said for simplicity and in your case, you are simply beautiful.


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