Szymon Roginski and Kasia Korzeniecka's Photos for O Mia O

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Jan 7, 2010   Updated: Aug 9 2011 • References: szymonroginski &
These fashion images composed of juxtaposed shapes were created by Szymon Roginski and Kasia Korzeniecka for Ania Kuczynska's O Mia O collection. The photographs were inspired by cubism and represent an effort to break the two dimensionality of photography.

After the O Mia O photoshoot was completed, Roginski and Korzeniecka reconstructed the original frames with hundreds of handmade solid blocks in various shapes. Click through the gallery to see these amazing sculptural images.

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