A beautifully dark tale by photographer Carsten Witte

By: Dennis Sebastian Ammann - Published: • References: carstenwitte & 5piecesgalleryphoto
The 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. Carsten Witte takes some professional 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 realistic illusion, as the gracile details of a human skull appear to be etched into the beautiful faces of women. This groundbreaking and innovative 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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