Sensual Imagery Inspired by Romance Film 'In the Mood for Love'
In his latest series, photographer Piotr Chrobot takes us on a romantic visual tale of love, lust, and quite possibly heartbreak (or so we can imagine). Inspired by the dreamlike aura of legendary filmmaker Wong Kar-wai's In the Mood for Love drama and the impeccable eye of Hong Kong artist Wing Shya, Chrobot channels the two visionaries in his collection of highly saturated, dreamlike imagery. Drenched in mysterious lighting, injected with passion, and packed with emotion, let's take a closer look at his recent artistic work below.
Each image appears as an exploration of love and its many manifestations. Saturated with vibrant red hues and dusted with a softness that represents the vulnerability of love itself, Chrobot lures the viewer in with mysterious lighting and leaves you wanting more with a touch of sensual energy. Dada, the model of choice, maintains a strong-yet-gentle expression while resting atop the bed of a decorative hotel room, further intensifying the beautiful portraiture. Browse through the emotive imagery below and head here to keep up with Piotr Chrobot's upcoming work.
Words: Vanessa Feder
Photography: Piotr Chrobot