Wednesday, May 20, 2009


'The puppet show' is a new photographic series by Italian Studio 'Winkler and Noah', where 30 portraits of children aged 2 to 8 were taken and very subtly retouched to create the most uncanny set of 'dolls' I have ever seen.  Creepy.
The project has received two international awards from American Photography and has been published in the volume '200 best photographers worldwide' by Luerzers Archive.



Diane said...

Woah, this is creepola. I am strangely attracted to disturbing images, though, and I am totally going to reblog this!!

Thanks for following and visiting my blogggg. I'm glad because it gave me the heads-up about yours! Oh, how I love the blogosphere and the community it creates.

Carte Blanche said...

Creepy and kinda cute at the same time. Definately shocking to the viewer. I guess that's what artists are trying desperately to do nowadays. Shock you. Really like your blog btw :)

A "cheery" disposition said...

that is creepy and cool at the same time.

jasmine said...

you're right - very creepy. but i almost kind of like it. it's amazing how just a little bit of editing can completely change the feeling of an image.

sn said...

my thoughts exactly! it's SO subtle in terms of technique but has such a strong effect.

OceanDreams said...

That is SO creepy! I had to look twice to figure out if the kids were real or not. Wow, good photography.


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