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Korper by Tobias Hutzler Captures Abstract Forms and Multiple Skin Tones

 - Jan 2, 2014
References: postmods & beautifuldecay
The human body is a wondrous thing that can be manipulated in a variety of ways; this is explored in the photo series titled Korper by Tobias Hutzler, a photographer based in New York City. Turned into artistic sculptures, the human form becomes more art than reality, although reality is art as well. Through the twists and contortions, the body becomes something bigger than itself, which is due in large part to group participation.

Comprised of half-naked subjects, Korper by Tobias Hutzler not only demonstrates the artistic power of the human body, it also focuses on the variety of nationalities and skin tones in the world. A beautiful series, the images have been printed in large scale for an even bigger impact when viewed in person.