Xavier Segers Tributes Yves Klein with this Naughty Photography

By: Allison Love - Published: Jul 13, 2010 • References: &
Xavier Segers has created a tribute to Yves Klein by mirroring the type of art, but in reverse. Segers has taken models and painted their bodies different colors and to get the chromatic thermal effect, the artist makes the models press up against a wall.

The shapes that result are pretty interesting, looking a bit like a distorted Mickey Mouse. I really enjoy looking at these photographs. They're not only visually beautiful, but they're interesting and not your average typical photographic artwork. Xavier Segers has quite the imagination. Stats for Thermal Chromatic Photography Trending: Older & Warm
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