Although fashion-oriented, these blood-filled editorials will have you oozing with discomfort. Using blood as a prop for photo shoots gives off a generally more morbid feel, taking a darker spin on classic fashion photography.
Disturbingly beautiful, these still shots come to life with the bit of crimson red splattered about the set. Check out these blood-filled editorials featured here and be prepared to stare in awe.
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From Gory Lovetography to Bloody Ballerina Shoots
Luis Martes' 'States of the Heart' Will Make You Give Up Steak
Bloody Vulture Photography
The Sinister Work of Francois Kalife
Belen Asad's 'Fight Club' is a Bruised and Bloody Good Time
Blood is the New Black
Pawel Denkowicz's 'My Bloody Valentine' Isn't for the Faint of Heart
Murderous Fashion Editorials
Fantasticsmag Makes ‘Playing Dead' Look Beautiful
Rancinan's Blood-Inspired Portraits
‘Eternal' by Olivier Shows Vampires Like Hairstyling Too
Bloody Ballerina Shoots
'Ichor' by Aaron McPolin Recalls Gory Greek Mythology
Dazed & Confused Goes ‘Psycho Killer' Chic
Liquid Place's 'Clot' Photo Series is Splashtastic
Bloody Clown Photography
Tim Engle's 'Clowning Around' is Exactly Why I'm Scared of Clowns
Disturbing Fashion Photography
‘The Blood Show' by Kattaca
Killer Vampire Photography
Royal Blood by Erwin Olaf