The dating app Tinder sets itself apart by relying on your own personal network to link you up with suitable matches, connecting through Facebook.
Which means it’s where people go to put their best foot forward in trying to attract a mate (or a playmate) — nary a headless torso in sight.
One user has found another use for the app, though. To Jarrod Allen, Tinder is a muse.
He recreates women’s photos, and we would argue gives them exponentially more value.
Here is some of his fine work: