Flowers Portraits by Duy Anh Nhan Duc

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Represented by the same studio of Lara Kiosses, vegetal artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc has collaborated with photographer Isabelle Chapuis for two poetical series: “Etamine” and “Dandelion”. The first series of portraits focuses on a man dressed up and masked by carnations’, anemones’, iris’ and chrysanthemum’s petals. The second one pays tribute to dandelions through women’s portraits, full of finesse.
“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Dandelion” for Raise Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

“Etamine” for OOB Magazine

Tags: woman poetical petal man anemone Lara Kiosses portrait iris chrysanthemum dandelion Isabelle Chapuis Etamine carnation Duy Anh Nhan Duc Dandelion flower art
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