The Romain Leblanc 'Last Supper' Photos Recreate the Religious Theme

By: Marriska Fernandes - Published: Nov 26, 2011 • References: romain-leblanc and dazeddigital
Many have tried to portray the Last Supper into the 21st century, through paintings or fashion shoots, but the Romain Leblanc 'Last Supper' Photos bring around an interesting twist.

The religious 'Last Supper' setting is recreated in a completely unrelated setting, like in a night club with empty glasses of wine, or in a kindergarten class with milk and cookies and even in the forest. The same religious theme is explored in a new environment and without the presence of any people. According to photographer Romain Leblanc, "Absence is the best way to talk about human presence." Hence, his no-human captures strongly serves to capture this sacred theme in a powerful voice.

'Last Supper' connotations are being recreated every day, but with intense creativity, like the Romain Leblanc 'Last Supper' Photos, photographers deliver their best shots.