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Old Master Portraits Recreated with the Help of Foam Packing Materials

Foam Sculptures is a project by Dutch photographer Suzanne Jongmans, who recreates the look of old 16th and 17th century Flemish and Dutch paintings using clothing and accessories created from foam packing and insulating materials. It reminds us of Nina Katchadourian’s airplane lavatory portraits, except with higher production values.

You can find the entire series on Jongmans’ website here.

Foam Sculptures by Suzanne Jongmans (via Beautiful/Decay)


Image credits: Photographs by Suzanne Jongmans and used with permission


 
 
  • http://www.homesofcocoabeach.com/ Karen Dooley

    Love it.  Excellent.  Nice work Suzanne Jongmans!

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