That Dreams in White post reminded me of Russian photographer Oleg Dou’s work. He also, definitely, has a thing for white plastic looks, although his work has a slightly disturbing almost vampiric quality to it.
Interested in human individuality and self-expression, he draws inspiration in fashion and surrealism, trying to create his personal aesthetics of work, by combining reality with artificiality.
Says Oleg: “I felt an urge for arts and creation some time ago, when I was working as a web designer, which pushed me to study seriously the design. That’s how I “bumped into” photography, and I had an idea to combine it with design. Creation brings me an enormous pleasure, I became conscious of the fact that photography is something I always wanted to do. I am stubborn, ambitious and optimistic by nature, I like being different, and my work, I hope, reflects these features of my character.”