Sometimes the person I meet feels a little unfamiliar. It seems like this person is perhaps a collection of other people's memories. They exist narrowly as an identity of a person or the role of the person, and broadly as an identity in a social network where actual senses are not present. I feel that these various beings are constantly colliding with the multiple, simultaneous identity, so I draw the portrait of the state of self-conflict caused by the multiple internal identities. I find a model that matches the image I thought of, photograph him/her, scan it and obtain the image. I visually relocate the person's space, color, and collage and then transfer them to a canvas. My work is formatively elaborate but unlike the hyper-realism, which renders a completed image on to the canvas, I proceed my work by borrowing the method of collage, synthesis and realistic methods. This work tells us about the other side of the story and the multiple identities that are spoken having its base on reality. The distorted portrait series talks about the restricted reality trapped inside the screen, the present state of which self-realization conflicts with reality, and the sense uncertainty felt by modern people. It may be inevitable that modern people living today have complex thoughts and chaotic identities, because humans adjust to the given environment. Just as we do, however, we hope that it will serve as an opportunity to take a closer look at ourselves.