Swiss watchmaker CORUM has reproduced the striking, artistic nude portraits by Dani Olivier Photography on its iconic Bubble wristwatch in a pair of limited editions that bring photographic art to ...

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Swiss watchmaker CORUM has reproduced the striking, artistic nude portraits by Dani Olivier Photography on its iconic Bubble wristwatch in a pair of limited editions that bring photographic art to the wrist.

It all started in 2008 when in search of a new artistic direction, Olivier experimented with using light projection on female bodies. At first he used lines that we've become familiar with in the TRON movie, then added animal prints, and other psychadelic patterns onto models' naked forms, morphing the shapes and contours of his projections as his subjects moved.

Preferring to work with dancers, his shoots are actually recorded in slow-motion, giving the light patterns to fall as they do. Eschewing photoshop and post-production manipulation, Olivier's end products is a final product purely from what is captured. Read more: https://senatus.net/article/dani-olivier-orum-bubble-heritage/

 

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