Canadian lensman in pursuit of lookalikes

Francois Brunelle connecting doppelgangers, German for lookalike, from across globe for book and art tour.

Last Modified: 22 May 2013 19:27
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If you have ever been told you have a lookalike, and you would like to find yours, there is a Canadian artist who might be able to help you.

Francois Brunelle is connecting doppelgangers, German for lookalike, from across the globe for a book and art tour.

Al Jazeera sent Daniel Lak to Montreal to find his.


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