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Models Pose With Roy Lichtenstein-Like Images Of Themselves [Pics]

Models Pose With Roy Lichtenstein-Like Images Of Themselves [Pics]
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Vogue in Japan blurs the line between 2 and 3D in fashion spread.

Betsy Mead
  • 2 april 2013

 

The influence of celebrated pop-artist Roy Liechtenstein is evident in both 2 and 3D in a photoshoot by Vogue Nippon. The series was created by Royal College of Printing grad, Lacey, who had also worked with photographer Tim Walker. In collaboration with Andrew Gallimore of cosmetic-related fame and illustrators Craig & Karl, she composed images to result in a quirky mix that is confusing yet enticing to a viewer. Beth Fenton was the stylist.

Model Maryna Linchuk was the canvas for the creative project, which hit Vogue Nippon’s cover in March 2013.

Is it 3D or 2D? Either way, it’s eye-catching and certainly creative.

 Vogue Nippon

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