'Pandemonium' Features a Wealth of Dionysian Delights

 - Jul 11, 2009
References: coco-rococo & behance.net
When I saw Tereza Haszprunarová‘s ‘Pandemonium’ photo set, I immediately thought of Dionysus (Bacchus) and hedonism. Get ready to recall your Roman and Greek mythology from school!

In many of the shots in Tereza Haszprunarová‘s ‘Pandemonium,’ the models are either masked or blindfolded to enhance the senses. In one, a male is tossing playing cards, and in another he wears the skull of a cow as a mask. I love this image in particular because the satyrs that accompanied Dionysus were often depicted with horns and goat-like features.

The Dionysian themes continue in Tereza Haszprunarová‘s ‘Pandemonium’ with nude female models draped in opulent jewelry and feasting on grapes. It’s a decadent and seductive photo set you have to see to appreciate.