Photographer painted 20 models like skeletons to tell a story of love, just in time for Halloween
Collaborations are hard, and the difficulty bar gets higher the more people involved. However, pulling a big collaborative effort done well, can produce massive results. Photographer Rob Woodcox (see his story here) collaborated with over 20 friends and three top creatives to cope up with the skeleton queene story.
Each photo of the Skeleton Queen story can stand alone, but together they form a solid story:
There once was a girl who searched for love, she chased its touch through the earth below and the heavens above
She danced and she sang till her feet were sore, so many nights growing one in the same. But soon the hands they ripped and they tore, at the seams of her heart still aflame
She ran and she climbed exclaiming her woes to the lovers she’d left behind, but the powerful grip of their lingering desire kept them intertwined
Until one day she realized amidst a darkened hour, the trials faced through low and high had carried her quite far. The world in which she lived was vast, and her experiences became her power
Rob Woodcox is a surreal portrait and fine artist born in Houston, raised in Detroit, and currently residing in Portland Oregon. He exercises his talent for photography with a passion that is unquenchable and contagious. As he creates each piece of his artwork, Rob strives to capture fragments of a vivid life sewn by the threads of reality, memory and dream. Each concept is a declaration of his experience and seeks to tell a meaningful story to each individual that views it.
Udi Tirosh is an entrepreneur, photography inventor, journalist, educator, and writer based in Israel. With over 25 years of experience in the photo-video industry, Udi has built and sold several photography-related brands. Udi has a double degree in mass media communications and computer science.