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Christian Tagliavini

Dame di Cartone (“Cardboard Ladies”) is a project by Swiss-Italian photographer Christian Tagliavini in which he creates portraits of women that mimic the look of historical paintings. The styles include century, fifties, and cubism.

These Renaissance nine portraits are parts of photo project called “1503″ created by by Swiss/Italian photographer Christian Tagliavini.

Renaissance Portraits by Christian Tagliavini

Christian Taglianvini Swiss Italian) 1503 series, Ritratto do signora in verde/ Portrait of a Lady in green.

Christian Tagliavini exhbit 1503 draws from Renaissance masters in portraiture. All outfits we're made by the artist from paper and fabric, making this a 13 month labor of love. I am truly in love. The weirdness that the disproportion in Christian's styling create, long necks, seemingly 2D postures and rigid poses of the models, makes for beautiful lines and dramatic effect. Styling based and inspired by artists from an era before photography...

Photographer Christian Tagliavini - 'Donna Clotilde' from his 2010 1503 series. Subjects were dressed in handcrafted paper costumes.

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christian tagliavini cards - Christain Tagliavini’s ‘Card’ series features human models recreating old-fashioned playing cards.

Christian Tagliavini

Portraits of Ladies in Cardboard Outfits Dame di Cartone (“Cardboard Ladies”) is a project by Swiss-Italian photographer Christian Tagliavini in which he creates portraits of women that mimic the look of historical paintings.

"Portrait of a Young Woman" - Photography by Christian Tagliavini

Christian Tagliavini photographs historic like photos with different methods sometimes even cardboard cutouts. This one is from the 1503 series titled "Ritratto di giovane donna".

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Visionary Renaissance by Christian Tagliavini

Dame di Cartone, Cardboard Ladies, is a series of portraits where women mimic Century, cubist, and fifties fashions - only they’re wearing dresses made of cardboard and paper instead of fabric by Swiss-Italian photographer Christian Tagliavini

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