shrink wrapped bodies by julien palast shrink wrapped bodies by julien palast
jul 12, 2012

shrink wrapped bodies by julien palast

‘skindeep’ by julien palast

french photographer julien palast has conceived his ‘skindeep’ series. the vivid image-based project silhouettes the beauty of the human form by shrink-wrapping bodies, exposing the contours and curves of male and female figures with vibrant colors.

the project explores the human form

male and female models are shrink-wrapped

vibrant colors silhouette the bodies

  • Sick

    /// says:
  • polanskis ‘repulsion’ revisited to little effect.

    nicey says:
  • Para /// (menudo nombre)
    La enfermedad la tienes tu ignorante.

    nazistarados says:
  • Wicked man we like this!

    Joe Nebula says:
  • Para el español (o hispanohablante) que ha contestado al comentario…. “Sick”: en este contexto, no es que este llamando a nadie enfermo ni esta diciendo nada peyorativo. Es algo asi como decir de manera coloquial “mola” cuando algo llama mucho la atencion o parece una locura.

    Anda que meterse en designboom para criticar sin tener mucha idea…

    David says:
  • Beautiful !!!!

    Nancy says:
  • Though i also know this is a revisited project, i like it. Previously i felt nothing akin to images like this but now, older, i cant help feeling my life is just like this.

    charles says:
  • Oui, oui…Étonnant

    Reneé says:
  • What is this??

    crows says:
  • Really touching…Brilliant

    Kia says:
  • Ditto David!

    R08 says:
  • this is pretty hot!

    roem says:
  • Great , provocative

    ON says:
  • art school level

    david says:
  • Awesome effect!
    Is that latex?

    art-tic says:
  • Superb, well done!

    What is the membrane made of??

    Brian

    [email protected]

    Brian Fischer says:
  • This is absolutely incredible! Art mode for shrink wraps!

    daisy liddell says:

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