Fransisca Smith's 'Seven Deadly Sins' is a photographic representation of those infamous naughty behaviors--vanity, gluttony, envy, lust, greed, sloth, and wrath, respectively.
Fransisca Smith captures the Seven Deadly Sins in a simple, yet effective way that requires no caption. The mirrors affixed on the model's lips in the first image, for example, scream vanity, while the green lips in the third image clearly channel envy.
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