Italian photographer Guido Argentini in his works strives to show all the sophistication and grace of the female body. His project "Silver Gaze" is truly amazing photographs in which the artist turned women into living statues by covering their bodies with special silver paint.
We decided to share with you these fascinating pictures, which you can admire endlessly.
Guido Argentini was born in Florence. For several years he studied medicine at the university, but at the age of 23 he decided to devote himself entirely to photography.
Since 1990, the photographer has been living in the USA. Argentini's photos are regularly published in popular publications: Marie Claire, Men's Health, Playboy, Vogue. The photographer's work, according to him, was influenced by the sculptures of Konstantin Brancusi, made of polished bronze.
The bodies of all models are covered with special paint, which makes it seem as if the photographer was shooting not living people, but flawless sculptures made of precious metal. Guido used the paint to emphasize the shapes of the models' bodies.
13. Absolute beauty!