Klaus Pichler Captures Fantasy Costumes Behind Closed Doors

These fantastical images are not as staged as you might think. A truly “sociological” endeavor according to photographer Klaus Pichler, the subjects of his “Just the Two of Us” project are in their own homes and wearing their own costumes. Two and a half years in the making, the Austrian has cleverly positioned the fictitious creatures of fantasy tales doing everyday things such as ironing, bathing and watching the television. Voyeurism with a very, very intriguing twist.

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