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Coinciding Worlds

It is not always such a simple thing to make reality coincide with fantasy, the colors of a painting with those of a photograph, a world with another… You just need to have special powers of observation. And once you have acquired a certain experience and skill, perhaps the risk is that everything becomes a real obsession, in search of perfection. But sometimes it can even become an interesting way to evade censorship and the bigoted thought of our time, so be it — especially when you think that beauty and sensuality still represent a great chance for our world.

Eugene Chinyukin lives in Kyiv, Ukraine and works as a graphic designer. Sometimes he shoots videos for the Internet for different companies. Digital collages are just his hobby, not an obsession. At least for now.

Sonia at a Window – from Woman at a Window (1841) by Vasili Andreevich Tropinin, feat. Sonia Plakidyuk
New Bather – feat. The Bather (1864) by William-Adolphe Bouguereau
Wild
Canon or Nikon? – feat. A Beauty Undressing by Charles Edouard Boutibonne
Playboy Venus – feat. Venus de Milo
Summertime Memories – feat. The Creation of Adam
Mona Lena – Lena wearing Chanel, Christian Louboutin and Hermès, feat. Mona Lisa
Art Club – from Fight Club (1999) by David Fincher, feat. Self-Portrait (1887) by Vincent van Gogh
Crying (Cigarette and Rollers)
Sappho’s Legs – feat. Sappho (ca. 1895) by Count Prosper d’Epinay from the Carroll and Milton Petrie European Sculpture Court at the Met (New York City)
Mr. Bean and Eurydice – from Orpheus and Eurydice by Frederic Leighton (1864), feat. Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson)
Blonde in a Marble Room – from Beauty in a Marble Room (1894) by John William Godward
Girl with a Louis Vuitton Bag – from Louis Vuitton Resort 2021 (Photo: Nicolas Krief), feat. Girl with a Pearl Earring
Slaves – from A Roman Slave Market (1884) by Jean-Leon Gerome
Fresh Eggs
Sports Socks

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