They look as if they could be getting the dreaded hair dryer treatment from Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
But these people volunteered to have their features blown away for a series of comedy portraits.
Instead of strapping them to a chair in a wind tunnel, Tadas Cerniauskas placed them in front of an industrial strength hair dryer. Perhaps the most surprising thing is that he found 100 people willing to take part in the first place.
‘I wanted to do something very fun,’ said Mr Cerniauskas from Vilnius, Lithuania.
‘I wanted to make people laugh and have a good time, so I invited some friends to take part and it grew. I was surprised there were so many laid-back people who were not afraid to look funny.
‘Everyone was crying with laughter, laughing at themselves and at each other.
‘This series doesn’t have any hidden meanings, it was just a bit of fun. Not everyone was brave enough to stand in front of a camera, but still they had a good time seeing others in action.
The studio was soon full of people and everyone was having a good time.
‘In a few days the project went viral and I got attention from the biggest media all over the world. Images on my Facebook page got 3million views in a week,’ added the architect turned photographer.
‘My website went down because of the traffic and it seems it’s not over yet.’