Find your lookalike

NYREE MCFARLANE
Last updated 14:05 31/01/2013

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Have you ever wondered if there's someone out there who looks just like you? Well, Canadian photographer Francois Brunelle has, often, and he's decided to do something about it.

A self-confessed obsessive over doppelgangers and look-alikes, the artist is working on a book that will showcase 200 uncanny similarities between perfect strangers in black and white portraits: and he wants our help. If you've ever heard you have a lookalike, find them, or if you just want to send a snap of your face do, just email Francois and if your twinsie is out there, he'll connect you.

The rules? He's "interested in the resemblances that exist between people. This does not mean celebrities cannot participate, many already have, but the project is about resemblances. Any couple of look-alikes may participate as long as the two persons are not related in any way."  

What would you do when confronted with your likeness? We worry we'd go primal and start scratching at them like a cat and its reflection. 

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