Who says nudity can’t be artistic?
The photographic series by Greek-based student Anastasia Mastrakouli titled “Naked Silhouette Alphabet” is a unique take on the alphabet, formed by the naked body and performance of experimental textures that depict the silhouette.
In this series the goal is to highlight the dialectical relationship between anatomy and visual arts.
Each image displays the way in which the body turns into one illustrative and choreographic communication channel of a message. The body is cut off from its physical nature and is perceived as an imprint. The body shape becomes a letter through a deliberately abstract and other-worldly aesthetic.
The result is beautiful, ethereal and captivating.
Check out a few of my favourite poses, and head over here for the rest of the letters.