A beautifully dark tale by photographer Carsten Witte

By: Dennis Sebastian Ammann - Published: • References: carstenwitte & 5piecesgalleryphoto
The stunning art of German fashion photographer Carsten Witte (1964, Hamburg/Germany) offers us with his new photographic series “Intuition” an interesting look on fading beauty and facing the death. Fashion art photographer Carsten Witte takes some professional beautiful fashion models and paints a soft, almost not visible skull piece on top of their beautiful faces and takes some stunning black and white photographies of these beauties. A piercing glance draws you into what appears to be a scary nearly realistic illusion, as the gracile details of a human skull appear to be etched into the beautiful faces of women. This groundbreaking and innovative photography work series about the beauty and the beast offers viewers a new perspective about life and death. Stats for Nothing ever lasts forever Trending: Older & Chilly
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Concept: Arts-photography-beauty-fashion
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Segment: Neutral, 18-55
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