Is it art or is it morbidity? And is there a photo Kim Kardashian won't pose for? It may be a mark of our camera-hungry age, but these celebrities all have one thing in common: they climbed into a casket to have their picture taken as part of the Digital Dead series by photographers, Markus + Indrani.
According to an article in the Huffington Post, the duo Markus Klinko and Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri captured the unconventional arty shots of celebrities 'at rest.'
Strange though it may be, the celebs played dead for a good cause—to raise awareness for "Keep A Child Alive," an HIV/AIDS charity championed by singer Alicia Keys to provide care and support to affected families in Africa and India.
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The shoot features not only Kardashian and Keys, but the likes of Elijah Wood, Serena Williams, David LaChapelle and Ryan Seacrest.
"In a world where authenticity is an autograph and reality a genre of TV, our images provide society a mirror to reflect upon its ideals and devotions," said Indrani on her website.
A refreshing change from the usual pap shots... Macabre or glamorous? You tell me.