IN America and Europe right-wing conservatives are seeking to roll back gains made by LGBTI people and even want to tighten censorship.
With tongue planted firmly in cheek, we suggest that museums might consider dressing Classical statues as hipsters.
French photographer Léo Caillard and art director Alexis Persani have created a tongue-in-cheek photo series that depicts ancient Louvre’s sculptures wearing modern day clothing.
With the power of a camera and photoshop, these guys show how hilarious two worlds of old and new look combined.
They call the series STREET STONE and the incident in Rome shows how timely it is.
We wonder what the sculptors would think if they saw their creations donning hipster chic clothing and accessories. We'd say either rolling in their graves or laughing hysterically.
It's actually quite amazing how the addition of the clothing instantly gives these guys and girls a personality very separate from the one they had before.
They gain a bit of edge mixed with some androgynous sex appeal.
This idea could spawn an entire new clothing line. Stone Stylings: Extremely uncomfortable clothing for those who don't move.