Ancient Greek sculptures used to be painted. When you see them painted they are 100x more relatable.
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Ancient Greek sculptures dressed up in hipster clothing. “Greek gods have some style indeed: Dressed Sculptures.” Source: imgur. “None are actually ‘Ancient Greek Statues.’ These statues are from the Louvre and date from the Renaissance to the 19th century.”
Ancient Greek sculptures dressed up in hipster clothing. – Album on Imgur. Read it. Ancient Greek sculptures dressed up in hipster clothing. What if the antique statues were dressed like hipsters? The artist and photographer Léo Caillard became famous in 2012 with his Hipsters in Stone series, cove «Ancient Greek sculptures dressed up in
Behold, Classical Greek Statues Dressed Up Like Hipsters A photographer imagines ancient figures as bearded, Ray-Ban bespectacled hipsters.
He then dressed the human subjects in “hipster” clothing, and photographed them in a studio setting while trying to match the light with the light of each sculpture’s scene.
Well, this is how the “Hipster in Stone” project has been born and the Greek sculptures are now dressed as hipsters. Women can be hipsters, too, as proven by this Ancient Greek statue. Credits: Léo Caillard and Alexis Persani.
Whatever they say about not judging a book by its cover, we still do it. French photographer Léo Caillard and art director Alexis Persani illustrate that with their Street Stone photography series, were they dress ancient Louvre’s sculptures into something more trendy and up-to-date. Besides marrying two completely different worlds, the artists also demonstrate a great cultural change that the society has undergone …
French photographer Léo Calliard, 27 has teamed up with digital imaging retoucher Alexis Persani to dress the Louvre’s Greek Agora masterpieces in Shoreditch hipster attire.
Classical Statues Get A Hipster Makeover. Léo Caillard turns classic Greek statues into modern hipsters. They’ve never looked so good.
To make his hipster statues, Caillard first photographed the statues most suited for dressing. Then he found models who had similar body shapes to the statues and told them to dress as a hipster might. In his studio, he set the models in poses to match the statues and photographed them.