Leo Caillard, the photographer snapped many pictures of stylish Parisians in cool outfit and drawn their clothes on top of undressed Hellenic sculptures which were taken from the Louvre. The series of modified pictures visualizes the earliest Greeks. Caillard hangings the sandstone people in close-fitting shirts, denim and pants. He structures them all marvelously with pairs of Ray Bans that draw attention to their apathetic look. Caillard’s portfolio contains digitized portraits. He says that he got the idea twice a month when he walking around the Louvre.
The sculptures were shot in an original place at the museum. He did audition call nearby Paris for selecting models who were identical to the sizes and structure of the sculptures. Models garbed classic costumes and did shooting at Caillard’s studio. He altered the clothes of statues, set alight and shades by using Photoshop.
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