In his 2010 photo series 1503, photographer Christian Tagliavini recreates 16th century Renaissance portraits in eerie stylized images. Tagliavini spent six months painstakingly handcrafting all the costumes, including the rather elaborate hats. The models’ curiously long necks were achieved through deft photo manipulation. We previously posted about the photographer’s cardboard fashion photos. Tagliavini’s photos are scheduled to be on display at Bienal Internacional Fotograficá Bogotá 2015 in Colombia, May 2 to June 15.
Freedom Cove, An Off-the-Grid Houseboat and Farm Located on 12 Floating Platforms Near Vancouver Island in Canada