Funny Modern Headless Horseman

Posted by & filed under Art & Design, Photography, Post. 1,215 views

“Horsemaning,” or fake beheading, was a popular way of taking pictures in the 1920s. Here are some modern day adaptations of this popular new/old photo trend. The original inspiration for Horsemaning, or fake beheading, came from a photo from the ’20s found at a flea market. It’s currently experiencing a revival and is a much better version of its uncreative predecessors – planking, owling, and leisure diving. After all, how can you go wrong trying to imitate the infamous headless horseman?

 

Horsemaning3

 

Horsemaning6

 

Horsemaning5

 

Horsemaning4

 

Horsemaning2

 

 

Horsemaning1

SHARE IT

RELATED POSTS

Impressive Boxetti Collection
Surreal Painted Faces Make Us Question What We Are Seeing
7 Important Rules for Freelancers

COMMENTS