'Children of the Corn' by Andreas Waldschuetz is Slightly Creepy

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Feb 13, 2010   Updated: Jul 13 2011 • References: waldschuetz &
If you're looking for your hyperreal portrait fix, 'Children of the Corn' by Andreas Waldschuetz is sure to fit the bill. This photo shoot features scowling men in a cornfield wielding scythes and mallets. It's at once epic and eerie.

My favorite shot from 'Children of the Corn' by Andreas Waldschuetz is the fourth one. It looks like it could be a scary movie poster.

Implications - If these images do in fact stir up great excitement within you, let that be a lesson that Andreas Waldschuetz is one of the photographic greats of this decade. This artist's collection of shots could easily find their way into countless art galleries.

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