Stefan Draschan‘s photography project “People Matching Artworks” shows that life really does imitate art. The self-taught photographer used to find it irritating that people were getting in the way of his shots at museums in Paris, Munich, and Vienna. He slowly began to notice a pattern in his photographs of people complementing and even mirroring the works of art, whether through their position, clothing, or hairstyle. Even though the shots look staged, the viewers are completely unaware that their picture is being taken. Draschan says, “It feels beautiful, as it is some unseen eternal string subconsciously connecting through the centuries.”

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