Freddy Fabris paid homage to the great Renaissance painters of old in a new photo series with an amusing tool-tailored twist.
In “The Renaissance Series”, a group of Midwestern mechanics are portrayed as figures in famously historic paintings such as Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper (pictured above), Rembrandt’s The Anatomy Lesson, and Michelangelo’s The Creation of Adam (below).
For their satirical resemblance to the original artworks, the photos have received several awards including the One Eyeland Silver and the International Color Award.
In Freddy’s 16-year long career as an advertising photographer, his subjects have ranged from fashion models, to cars and food.
You can check out more of Freddy’s Rembrandt-inspired portraits on his website, FabrisPhoto.com.
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