Photos of People Crammed in Cars is Not For The Claustrophobic

Cars are only designed to hold a specific number of people, but that didn't stop a trio of French guys from seeing just how many people they could cram into a variety of cars. It's like that whole clown car bit from the circus, but without the lions and trapeze artists. They call the project Cars and Bodies, and it is the work of film director and videographer Romain Dussaulx, photographer Yann Rabanier, and architect Thomas Cestia. They staged all the shots and took the photos on a vintage Shen Hao 4x5 camera. RELATED: Watch a Dude Pull Off Crazy Stunts in a Fiat 500C Abarth They invited 120 friends to take part and spent hours at a time getting them all squished into the cars. Many of the participants didn't know each other ahead of time, but it's a good bet they all got to know each other very well by the end of the shoot. They took the pictures throughout LA and tried to capture interesting locations to give it all some character. The shoot features a few newer models but a lot of old classics, each stuffed full with contorted human beings. It sort of turns the art of riding in a car into a typical day on the subway. RELATED: Watch Insane Hardcore Barbie Jeep Racers Via: Wired _____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide