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Filled under: Front Page, Photography
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The Russian photographer Lovec Snov is known for creating an absolutely disturbing atmosphere through his images. Now, with the new test “Levitation”, he reaffirms this feature and adds some other elements that make them look even more interesting.

As you will see in the photos, he creates surrealistic dark environments permeated by a lot of sensuality, eroticism and mystery – all without losing elegance. This combination of elements results in extremely unusual visuals that intrigue our eyes and senses.

The photos found in the series ‘Levitation’ by Lovec Snov are both haunting and elegant. Wrapped in crisp, white silk sheets that seem to cling to her ghoulish form, the muse looks sexy and spooky simultaneously. His models assume impossible positions whether astride a broom stick or seeming to channel demons while draped in wet gossamer.  Blending the eroticism of the occult with a funeral cloth, Snov masterfully captures each loaded image before photoshopping the hell out it.

With shots of models hanging in thin air and dangling from a floating broom, the series presents plenty of play between space and surrealism. See this eerie ‘Levitation’ by Lovec Snov spread for yourselves in the featured gallery and also on .


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