The photographic project ICONIC began in 2016 and evolved since then into a huge work of art and passion.

With the help of a fashion designer Lucie Vervellea and a visual and make-up artist Joris Souris, I was able to recreate with innovation and accuracy more than 150 photos of artistic and historic figures who shaped the world as we know it.

In order to make the project flawless, artistic and physiognomic skills were required but also historic and biographic knowledge on each icon.

Here's a mesmerizing glimpse of this work down below. You can also check out my work on the website below and even pre-order the book here.

More info: exposition-iconic.com

#1 Kurt Cobain

Kurt Cobain

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J. Pell 10 months ago

Cobain, a male Ophelia, drifting on a river of melancholy and madness. Beautiful work.

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#2 Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson

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Shruti Naik 10 months ago

wow....almost 9 years since he's been gone

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#3 Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent Van Gogh

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Shruti Naik 10 months ago

wow, he looks like chris martin.

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#4 Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo

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Kawaii Panda 10 months ago

That dress. BEAUTIFUL!

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#5 Freddie Mercury

Freddie Mercury

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Erin Tyl 10 months ago

This one is my a fav!!!

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#6 Janis Joplin

Janis Joplin

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J. Pell 10 months ago

“...take a piece of my heart. My friends and I were camping and mourned her death by the quiet lake, watching the campfire as it slowly died.

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#7 Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher

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Kawaii Panda 10 months ago

Omigosh that really looks like her

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#8 Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso

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BusLady 10 months ago

Self portrait

#9 Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein

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Em B 10 months ago

Brilliant choice in MY opinion! He did math even in the toilet! That's not so hard to believe...

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#10 Twiggy

Twiggy

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Margot Piasecka 10 months ago

Fabulous. Absolutely fabulous. Twiggy was a true sign of changing time.

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