Austrian photographer Inge Prader favorites recreated iconic works of his compatriot Gustav Klimt. And the results were amazing.
Klimt is most often associated with the art Nouveau style, bold and sophisticated aesthetic that emerged in the early 20th century. And bright reviews pradera are based on the “Golden phase” of Klimt 1899-1910 years. This is evident in rich gold shades occasionally erotic scenes, models are often naked, intertwined and surrounded by gold ornaments.
The series of images were made for the annual Life Ball event, which aims to raise funds to fight HIV / AIDS. Look what came out of it:
“Death and life”:
Sources photo: prader.at.