Dog Brilliantly Recreates Madonna’s Most Iconic Photos

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Dog Brilliantly Recreates Madonna’s Most Iconic Photos
Dog Brilliantly Recreates Madonna's Most Iconic Photos
Dog Brilliantly Recreates Madonna’s Most Iconic Photos

This dog brilliantly recreates Madonna’s most iconic photos and you’ll definitely love each and every one of these pictures. The best part of this entire project is that you can hardly tell who’s who in these photos.

Vincent Flouret, a French fashion photographer from Paris, is the mastermind behind this outstanding Madonna/Dog photo series. He has been working on this project with his 6-year-old dog, Max, and the two couldn’t possibly have made a better duo.

Vincent Flouret first started taking photos of dogs when he first volunteered with City Shelters in Los Angeles. This is where he got the idea to turn Max into a star, and the best part of it it’s that it’s all for charity.

Ray Of Light Album Cover

Dog Brilliantly Recreates Madonna's Most Iconic Photos
Dog Brilliantly Recreates Madonna’s Most Iconic Photos

“Music” Single Cover

“Hung Up” Music Video

“Like A Virgin” Album Cover

The project is called “Maxdonna” and all the money from the sold prints goes to Madonna’s charity Raising Malawi, which helps orphans and vulnerable children in the African nation.

“Material Girl” Music Video

“True Blue” Album Cover

“Everything is like a game for him so yes, for example, if he needs a hat for a picture, I buy it weeks before and we play with it like if it’s one of his pet toys. And so, it’s ‘normal’ and fun for him when we shoot for real weeks later,” says Vincent.

“Vogue” Music Video

“Cherish” Music Video

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“These pictures, between the shoots, the homemade costumes, the training took me 8 months to do,” Vincent told BoredPanda. “I am a big fan of Madonna, these pictures I’m doing with Max are tributes to artists that I love and respect. It’s a break between my commercial work, that is bringing me to the simple pleasure of pure creation, love, and happiness.”