This photographer travels across Europe to capture famous paintings’ doubles

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Maria Sergeeva
October 23, 2017

When Stefan Draschan says "perfectly clothed" he surely doesn’t mean the same thing as ordinary people do.

Since 2015 France-based photographer Stefan Draschan, has spent his days waiting for people who are dressed similarly to the artworks exhibited in the museums in Paris, Berlin, Munich, Vienna, and Naples to create his People Matching Artworks project.

“The first time I noticed someone matching art, I knew I had to get that photo,” said the Austrian.

It is hard to believe, but the photographer claims the photos have not been staged, his secret is waiting patiently.

Sometimes people match because of the colors of their cloths, sometimes they actually resemble characters in the painting, but every picture shows how art and life are connected.

The photographer also enjoys capturing sleeping visitors, as well as he tries to remark matches outside museum. Other incredible everyday life matches are reflected in his “Couple matching” and “Cars matching homes” projects.


The photographer also enjoys capturing sleeping visitors, as well as he tries to remark matches outside museum. Other incredible everyday life matches are reflected in his “Couple matching” and “Cars matching homes” projects.


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