Photography: Bela Borsodi adds a mythological twist to fashion editorial (NSFW)

Date
12 December 2013
Reading Time
1 minute read

We’d imagine that Bela Borsodi divides opinion out there. On the one hand the majority of his shoots are laden with ultra-sexualised shots of beautiful women in what could be described as submissive postures. That said, there’s always a killer concept and pristine execution framing these sexual images that you just can’t help but be entranced – regardless of all the boobs. He’s also more than prepared to laugh at himself and not take his profession too seriously, which is pretty rare for a man who deals predominantly with fashion photography. Whatever your opinion we’d be prepared to wager you’ll be impressed by this recent shoot for Hunger that shows off all of Bela’s trademarks. We can’t get enough of it, but remember, if you don’t work in a hip, trendy palace of fun in East London, so take care if you’re viewing at work.

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Bela Borsodi: Mythology

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Bela Borsodi: Mythology

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Bela Borsodi: Mythology

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James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.

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