The Parisian photographer Dani Olivier manages to take pictures of naked women creating images that look like post-modern paintings. Often employing dancers as models, Olivier uses the projectors in a dark studio to immerse girls in baths of colored lights and geometric shadows, transforming their bodies into surreal works of art.
“The female body is beautiful, and I am working to produce beautiful images,” Olivier told Huff Post. “A woman’s body is eternal. For ten thousand years, it has had the same curves, the same shape, the same rhythm and it is something to admire. I developed my technique with models about 8 years ago. I knew there was a lot of potential after I experimented with a few lights and designs.”