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  1. I too, love Ray Caesar and noticed immediately the similarity of the first photo. This photographer is amazing in his own right. I would like to think the first photo is an homage of sorts? As always, I am inspired and gratified by your postings!

  2. Really lovely work. I seem to remember Ray Caesar saying somewhere online that someone was taking inspiration from his work without credit. I wonder if it was this photographer or a different one. I seem to remember one like the upside down bat girl as well as an outdoor brighter one.

  3. I’m drooling.

    Yes it’s similar to the painting by Ray Ceasar, but the clothes were what had come out that season (I believe that’s a luella mask from fw 08), this photographer is able to catch the subtle cues the clothes are giving and make them sing.

    Also? AMAZING lingerie photographer, I am completely inspired and jealous of his work with women in undies.

    Thank you so much for posting that link.

  4. Its certainly not the first time photography has been inspired by works of art, I am just glad that others saw the clear echo of Ray Caesar’s works, he’s been one of my favourites for many years. His work is sublime, I hope some day to own one of his pieces to go on my walls.

  5. So I’m not the only one to notice then. Homage should be paid for such work, no? Some kind of citation for something so unique? Without Caesar’s original work there would certainly have not been photographic re-workings. Maybe Caesar knows all about it and gave the OK.

  6. To the amazing souls at this inspirational website.
    The top two photos from this page are in fact
    direct “rip-offs” of an amazing artist’s work…
    Ray Cesar. Here is his website http://www.raycaesar.com/
    Please take a look and be amazed….he is one of my favorites.

    Keep up the great work.
    Dorion

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