Playing peek-a-boo

There are black and white nude shoots aplenty, but not all come with the drama and visual impact of one by Niklas Hoejlund. Another well-established concept enacted with ease and grace, Hoejlund’s shoot of model Katrine Damgaard plays peek-a-boo with bare skin and black fabric, obscuring and revealing body parts as the billows of black unfold.

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Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Katrine by Niklas Hoejlund for Bambi Magazine 13 (NSFW)
Katrine by Niklas Hoejlund for Bambi Magazine 13 (NSFW)
Katrine by Niklas Hoejlund for Bambi Magazine 13 (NSFW)
Katrine by Niklas Hoejlund for Bambi Magazine 13 (NSFW)
Katrine by Niklas Hoejlund for Bambi Magazine 13 (NSFW)
Katrine by Niklas Hoejlund for Bambi Magazine 13 (NSFW)
Katrine by Niklas Hoejlund for Bambi Magazine 13 (NSFW)
Katrine by Niklas Hoejlund for Bambi Magazine 13 (NSFW)

Patricia Maja Andersen’s styling is equally unfussy, keeping to a few black lingerie pieces that conform perfectly to the peek-a-boo theme. With hair and makeup by Gitte Guldhammer, you can view Hoejlund’s (niklashoejlund.com) full shoot for issue 13 of Bambi Magazine (bambimagazine.com) by clicking on the thumbnails.

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