Moon Lee has a round face, round like the word moon, round like the moon itself. It’s fitting that Jean Francois Gschwindt should shoot her against blackness, from below, a shining thing in the sky of a glass tabletop. In other shots Moon sprawls, lounges, crawls, couches; or morphs into illusions of other worlds projected across her. The projection of a hotdog across her bare pelvis is both retro and suggestive. Gschwindt has a talent for being creative like that – if you’re to go by this and his other shoot for issue XVII of Bambi magazine. In this shoot, it’s as much about the creative angles and poses as the mix of formats. You get the sense that Gschwindt isn’t afraid to experiment, and probably does just as much crawling and climbing as his muse in order to nail each frame. Click the thumbnails for full pictures: And in that, Gschwindt has it right. Art is about trying something new, and maybe finding yourself crawling in the darkness in the process. Styled by Vitchi-K, you can view the full shoot of Moon for Bambi Magazine at the gallery. If you haven’t indulged in the full issue, head to bambimagazine.com now.