“Hipsters In Stone”: Artist Léo Caillard Continues To Dress The Statues As Hipsters – Design You Trust

“Hipsters In Stone”: Artist Léo Caillard Continues To Dress The Statues As Hipsters

What if the antique statues were dressed like hipsters? The artist and photographer Léo Caillard became famous in 2012 with his Hipsters in Stone series, covering the famous statues of the Louvre with modern clothes. Léo Caillard today unveiled the continuation of his series, transforming the Greek gods and goddesses into stars of Instagram.

More info: Léo Caillard, Instagram, Facebook (h/t: ufunk)

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