Photographer’s Wait to Match Artworks with Museum Visitors is Worth It


For his project – “People Matching Artworks” – photographer Stefan Draschan spends hours after hours in museums in Berlin, Vienna, and Paris to capture the museum visitors whose clothes, hair, or any other part matches that of the artworks they are admiring at that moment. Draschan’s photographs are truly unique as these are not at all staged. Our hats off to this Paris-based photographer for his perseverance. His patience has paid off in creating these perfectly juxtaposed images of artworks and museum visitors.

Scroll down to see some of the great images of Stefan Draschan that FeedFond has collected.

#10 One with nature

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#9 Starry starry night

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#8 Touched by the pastels of Monet

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#7 Part of the pantheon

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#6 Tapestry of Tintoretto

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#5 Home by the sea

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#4 Framed

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#3 When background meets the foreground

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#2 Rendezvous

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#1 Take a bow

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Vote for your favorite image in the Comments section below. If you like photography, you might like to check out 30 Perfectly Timed Photos You Will Ever Lay Your Eyes On!

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