1. Léo Caillard is a French artist who took a series of photos turning classical Greek statues into iconic fashion models through the simple addition of modern clothing.
3. Inspired by the Agora and the representation of the human form, Caillard took a series of photos of statues housed in the Louvre before photoshopping clothes on each statue. He attempted to prove the Shakespeare line “Clothes maketh the man.”
11. To see more of Léo Caillard’s work, visit his portfolio.
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