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  • Camilla Shireman Peper

    A result of photographer Charles Freger’s months traveling in Europe researching costumes and customs. “More than actual carnivals or folklore, what I was trying to represent was the community of men. Rather than offer an anthropologists report on these disguises, the idea is to pay homage to the beauty of these living sculptures spawned by rituals that remain vital." In a very civil way, he reminds us of the animal within.

  • Andrew Keys

    Wilder Mann series, Charles Freger

  • Anitka Walicka

    Charles Freger ITALY.

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from Charles Fréger's amazing "Wilder Mann"...i thought this was a mock cultural anthropology art project at first, but these are all real, traditional get-ups for european festivals, etc...fantastically creative and creepy

The result of photographer Charles Freger’s months traveling in Europe researching costumes and customs: From Le Monde De Hermes, the biannual art magazine put out by Hermes.

A result of photographer Charles Freger’s months traveling in Europe researching costumes and customs. “More than actual carnivals or folklore, what I was trying to represent was the community of men. Rather than offer an anthropologists report on these disguises, the idea is to pay homage to the beauty of these living sculptures spawned by rituals that remain vital." In a very civil way, he reminds us of the animal within.

Pagan Winter Festival Costume

Part of the Wilder Mann series by Charles Fréger- showcases pagan costumes in Europe and our connection to the wild.

It takes some pretty big BELLS to wear this costume! Creative Costumes of Still-Practiced Pagan Rituals of Europe (19 pics) | Bored Panda

Charles Fréger, from the series Wilder-men, 2010

Wilder Mann 12, Wilder Mann , 2010 © Charles Fréger - www.charlesfreger...

Italian Snappy Heads!

photograph by Charles Freger - thank you Charles the world would be a poorer place without this pic