This Photographer Spent Eternity Waiting For Museum Visitors To Match Artworks


Featured below are photos by French photographer Stefan Draschan where patiently he waits for museum visitors to suddenly match with a piece of art in a funny way. Scroll down to see the best examples.

When life imitates art...

She looks exactly like that painting!

People perfectly matching with paintings.

Woman perfectly matching a painting.

Woman's dress perfectly matching a painting in an art museum.

Museum visitor accidentally matching a statue.

Old man perfectly matching a painting in an art museum.

Haircut perfectly matching a painting.

Funny accident: sweater matching a painting's frame.

Perfectly matching the art photo.

What are the chances of such coincidence?

Outfit perfectly matching the painting in an art museum.

Perfect camouflage in front of a painting.

He's perfectly matching a painting.

What are the chances to match a painting this perfectly?

She looks exactly like the painting!

He looks exactly like the painting!

Her hat perfectly matches the painting!

Her hair perfectly matches the painting!

Her dress perfectly matches the painting!


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  1. What a glorious waste of time!

  2. Richard Rejmer November 9, 2018

    Riiiiight. .
    He “waited” at all those different pictures, just in the hope that someone would come by and stop – in just the right position.
    OR. . .
    Maybe it was all staged, with models standing in the clothes they were told to wear and in the position and pose they were told to by the photographer?

    • ^This one^

    • Glenn Echo Contra Dancing Goof Ball November 10, 2018

      If you go to a place where goof balls go it doesn’t take long for a goof ball to show up.

    • OR he doesn’t stand in front of one painting waiting for someone to come along but instead moves around the museums and looks for people who might match a certain paiting and then tries to capture the moment they stand in the right spot.

      I actually saw him once in a museum and the guy is genuine. He spent years doing this and other projects, like People Touching Artworks ( That is his art, it’s not only about the product, but also about the process of how you achieve it.

  3. The Old Man on the Mountain Alamut November 9, 2018

    “Glorious waste of time” could be the name of this website.

  4. Just enjoy it and have fun.

  5. Stefan Draschan (photographer) is possibly unaware of European laws regarding art and personal privacy?

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