Above left: Judith mit dem Haupt Holofernes by Gustav Klimt and right; Moises González' version
I ran across these recreations of Gustav Klimt's work on the Behance network by photographer Moises González'and simply had to share them with you. As a long time fan of the Austrian painter, these fun recreations of his works captured my immediate attention. A clever group of talented folks have combined their photography, digital art, illustration, make-up, hair and styling (all found through Kattaca) to recreate some of Gustav's most famous paintings.
While other sites and blogs have shown these photos, I have placed them side by side - or underneath- with the originals by Klimt.
Above: The Kiss by Gustav Klimt (his most well-known painting)
Above: Moises González' version of The Kiss
Above: Adele Bloch Bauer by Gustav Klimt
Above: Moises González' version of Adele Bloch Bauer
Above: Danae by Gustav Klimt
Above: Moises González' version of Danae
Above left: Judith by Gustav Klimt and right; Moises González' version
Above left, Adam and Eve by Gustav Klimt, above right; Moises González' version
Above left: Portrait of Mada Primavesi by Gustav Klimt and Moises González' version of the Portrait of Mada Primavesi on the right
Above left: the Dance by by Moises González, above right; Gustav Klimt,
Above left: Water Serpents by Gustav Klimt, above right: Moises González' version
Above: The Virgin (or The Maiden) by Gustav Klimt
Above: Moises González's version of The Virgin (or The Maiden)
Title: La esencia de Klimt
Photographer- Moises González
Art Direction, digital art, illustrated and Styling- Kattaca
Make up artist- Yurema Villa
Hairdresser- Raul Zarco
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