This post was edited by Daphne_sxy at 2014-10-31 11:21
The modern civilisation tells us it is a polite posture for people to get dressed in public, so when watching the naked sculpture in the Louvre Museum, Chinese people may feel more or less awkward. But what can we do with the "gods" and "godesses" which has existed for so long and been used to being naked?
Léo Caillard, a young French photographer answers with his astonishing action. He dressed fashionably these naked sculptures. That is his inspiration after hanging aroud for a long time in the Museum.
While discouraged by the ban, he get it realized by modern technology such as Photoshop. He had models dressed and make the same postures and shapes with the sculptures and then replace the models with sculptures using computer technology. Then he made it!
Do you think these "gods" or "godesses" become fashionable when dressed?